Reviewed 11-11-18

​Kindle Edition/Verified purchased

A St. Patrick Day Tale

Five Star Review

​Reviewed  4-25-19



If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Healthy Homicide

Borrowing a Moose Head from Cole Porter is told in first-person narration, which makes the story more realistic, as if you’re standing next to the main protagonist, Jack Wells. Jack’s wife, Kathy or Sarge as she’s called had lived in all parts of the world due to her United States Air Force assignments. The story takes Jack and his family, including their teenage son, Mitch, to Kathy’s newest assignment at Grissom Air Force Base near Peru, Indiana. The trial and tribulations of Jack and Mitch creates the catalysts to this fast-moving modern-day adventure.

There is turmoil mixed with humor, anger, romantic feelings, and satire propelling you to a surprising, unpredicted ending that expels your emotions to “Oh, my God!”

G. Lloyd Helms has written a very memorable story with characters that are genuine and believable. I’ve read other novels by Helms, and I add this one to the top of the list.Borrowing a Moose Head from Cole Porter is told in first-person narration, which makes the story more realistic, as if you’re standing next to the main protagonist, Jack Wells. Jack’s wife, Kathy or Sarge as she’s called had lived in all parts of the world due to her United States Air Force assignments. The story takes Jack and his family, including their teenage son, Mitch, to Kathy’s newest assignment at Grissom Air Force Base near Peru, Indiana. The trial and tribulations of Jack and Mitch creates the catalysts to this fast-moving modern-day adventure.

There is turmoil mixed with humor, anger, romantic feelings, and satire propelling you to a surprising, unpredicted ending that expels your emotions to “Oh, my God!”


The Power Club​

​by Greg Gildersleeve





​​Five out of Five Stars
Reviewed March 25, 2018
Format: K​indle Edition| Verified Purchase


Straight to Heaven by Christine Young takes you through a time portal from 2016 to 1868. Captain James Lawrence captures Alexandra McMurdie near a mysterious site outside Jacksonville, Oregon. A site where Native Americans believe travelers from the past and future, from other worlds and dimensions pass through this vortex on their journey. Alexandra is pursued through this time portal by Sean Cassidy, an evil predator determined to get revenge against her. James feels an immediate attraction toward Alex without knowing she’s from the future. It’s an uninhibited story of good and evil with an unexpected climax.
The protagonists Alexandra and James are believable and dynamic as they draw you into their thoughts, emotions and desires. The scenes are descriptive, taking you back to the post-civil war era and its way of life that’s filled with sorry and grief.
I recommend Straight to Heaven to readers of romance, suspense and science fiction.






 

MORE THAN JUST A DOG (The Collie Chronicles Book One)

by Genie Gabriel

5.0 Out of 5.0 Stars *****

Reviewed by Greg didaleusky on Aug. 28, 2017 

Format: Kindle Edition

Genie Gabriel’s novel More Than Just a Dog gently brings you into the world of Francesca (Chessie) Durand and her recently deceased dog, Chap at his gravesite. Chessie has the gift of talking with her dog when he was alive and now dead. She also has the innate gift of talking with deceased people who had been close to her. More Than Just a Dog’s intriguing plot urged and propelled me to turn the pages as Chessie faced adventurous perils throughout the novel. The characters were real and memorable, some of them assisting Chessie on her quest to rescue nearly extinct animals in this world and …. You'll have to read the book to follow her escapades and surprises. Also, you’ll have to read the book to find out if Peter, a person she met at college, a person that captured her heart with amorous intentions, plays a role in her life. I wasn’t disappointed in the ending of the book. In fact, I was completely satisfied with how everything came together. A well-written novel that deserves a five-star rating. Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Once upon a Christmas Moon: Anthology

​by C. Young, C.L. Kraemer, Genie Gabriel

Five out of five stars

Reviewed 9/15/18

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Dangerous Leads

​by Andrew Rowberry

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Five out of Five stars

Reviewed Jan. 27, 2018

Henry P. Gravelle’s The Fort Providence Watch novel takes the reader to London’s East Side in 1888. Five prostitutes were viciously murdered by a perpetrator with a knife or sharp instrument. Numerous lacerations disfigured their bodies. The murderer was referred to as Jack the Ripper. Mr. Gravelle introduces a character in the story who he believes was the perpetrator of these women, women referred to as Daughters of Joy. His description of London’s East Side and the dialogue used by its residence in the late eighteen eighties was graphic and convincing, drawing you into the mysterious deaths of society lowlifes. The main character named Paul Barnet, a surgeon, was genuine and believable, as Gravelle focused in on his thoughts and emotions. A well-written novel that engulfs you into a macabre story taking the reader to emotions of joy, sorrow, revenge and finally horror. Gravelle’s novel gave me answers to the who, why and what of Jack the Ripper’s gruesome rampage on prostitutes on London’s East Side in 1888. I gave the novel five stars because of Gravelle’s suspenseful writing and innovative vision of Jack the Ripper’s identity. Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.      

Short Stories from the Spiral Galaxy

​by Lawrence Johnson Jr.

Serpents and Doves

by G. Lloyd Helms

Ground Effect

​by Mike Fuller




​Five out of Five Stars

Reviewed  JAN 27, 2018

​Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky Jan 26, 2018

Ground Effect (Sam Deland Crime Novel Book 4) by Mike Fuller takes the reader to the evil world of extreme Islamic terrorists, Ghali, a Middle Eastern, and Walid, a Libyan. The two cold-blooded terrorists crossed the southern border between Mexico and the United States without any difficulty, undetected by U.S. border patrol officers. The two terrorists, commit unmerciful murder and death of unsuspecting innocent people in their path across the United States. They were motivated by a plan instituted by higherup Islamic terrorist. The FBI, a Texas ranger, ATF agents, state troopers and Lieutenant Sam Deland and his four troopers join forces to apprehend the two terrorists. It’s a cat and mouse game with deadly consequences along the path of the two evil Arab speaking terrorist. The terrorist seemed to be one to two steps ahead of the pursuing United States law enforcement agencies. Can they catch the terrorist before they reach their final and deadly destination?
The cast of characters in the story are memorable and descriptive. Fuller has become a master of changing point of view from scene to scene, creating a sense that you’re sitting in a theatre and watching an action filled crime/suspense movie, and not wanting to get up from your seat until the end of the movie. 


The cast of characters in the story are memorable and descriptive. Fuller has become a master of changing point of view from scene to scene, creating a sense that you’re sitting in a theatre and watching an action filled crime/suspense movie, and not wanting to get up from your seat until the end of the movie.

Five Out of Five Stars

Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky Jan 18, 2018

​Kindle Edition/Verified purchased

  

MOON IN MAZATLAN

by C. L. Kraemer


4.0 Out of 5.0 Stars ****


Moon in Mazatlan, published by Rogue Phoenix Press, is a Detective novel laced with romance and suspense. The antagonist, Ashlee Anderson, accused of plotting a murder scheme, coerces a police officer, Kurt Lee, with sexual advances to help her avoid prison time. The protagonist, Detective Corey Williams, who is assigned to the murder scheme case, becomes attracted to a tenacious and attractive newspaper reporter, Riona Byrne, assigned to the case. Together they share their expertise propelling them on an unexpected venture.
C.L. Kraemer expertly intertwines the characters’ psychological complexities making the story believable for the reader. There are twist and turns enhancing the suspenseful novel. I recommend the author to readers of detective stories or readers who love suspense, intrigue with a peppering of romance. I give this novel a 4 out of 5 stars.MOON IN MAZATLAN


 
 

 

 
 

Five Star Review

Reviewed 3-30-19

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Christmas Pawsibilities

​by Genie Gabriel

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Once Upon an Austin NIght 

by Daniel Lance Wright

Five Star Review

Reviewed 4- 13-19

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

The Haunting of Aaron House

by Joyce Zeller

The book Once Upon a Christmas Moon is an anthology of three stories. Each story touches three different genre: Romance, fantasy and Science fiction.

Twelve Days to Love by Christine Young is a romance story about Calanthe Durand, a single young woman in charge of a plantation near New Orleans a few years post-civil war and her encounter with Archer Steele, a single man, who has amorous intentions toward Cali (Calanthe). Cali must contend with a hurricane, a handsome, rich pursuer for her love, an unscrupulous people wanting to take her plantation. These three elements propel a well-written story to a climatic ending.
The next story: Boots and Blades by C.L. Kraemer is a fantasy story about Tia (Tiamoon) and her talking horse, Pony. Tia, a gnome warrior and her horse, Pony, set out in the mountainous area of Oregon to assist in the strange disappearance of flatland children from her Aunt Luna’s village in the High Desert of Central Oregon. It is fast moving story with villains, a retired warrior, evil gnomepire children, a gnome with wings and a sinister master gnomepire. All these characters make for an adventurous, thrilling story of evil, compassion and comradery.
Christmas Pawsibilities by Genie Gabriel is a fantasy story about Dori (Dorinda), a woman who can transform into a magical creature part elf and part Leprechaun (elfenchaun) and her future wedding with Ryan Madison in the twenty-first century. Lacee Levereaux, a budding actress, with a foreboding past becomes involved with the relationship between the future newlyweds. A broken toy, Ryan’s inventor uncle, time travel will play a part in this enjoyable, mystical adventure.
All three stories are a must read for readers, no matter their genre preference. As a mystery/suspense author, I pleasantly enjoyed the anthology Once Upon a Christmas Moon. 



 

Five Star Review

Reviewed March 22, 2018

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TRAIN WHEELS, FLYING SAUCES AND THE GHOST OF TIBUICIO VASQUEZ

by G. Lloyd Helm


5.0 Out of 5.0 Stars *****

Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky on Aug. 19, 2017

Format: Kindle Edition


G. Lloyd Helm’s Train Wheels, Flying Sauces and the Ghost of Tibuicio Vasquez is a cleverly written book of short stories about the narrator G and his six-foot-six friend, Big Dave Dodge and their harrowing escapades. The six adventures always include scenes in bars, either The Hole in the Wall, Mickey’s Mousehole, Spaceship Bar and Grill or The Windy City Saloon. Like a lot of bars, talk amongst patrons can be colorful, mysterious, informative or a combination of the three. G and Big Dave take advantage of these talks and seek out the truth behind the rumors or speculations. Helms descriptive narration of the events holds your interest throughout these six short stories. The subject matter in some of the stories include frozen bodies, frozen heads, a time machine, extraterrestrials, and a monstrous creature to name a few. Reading these short stories is like watching a six-part mini-series on TV. I recommended his book of short stories to all my friends and readers. Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Joker's Wild

Five Star Review 

Reviewed 12-22-18.

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PRINCE OF HORROR

by Elliot Capon

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

A VALENTINE ANTHOLOGY

By C.L. Kraemer GeneneValleau Christine Young

A Valentine’s Anthology contains three novella stories: The Lending Library by C. L. Kraemer/ Chasing Rainbows by Genene Valleau and The Gift by Christine Young. Each story captures your heart—well, it is an anthology regarding Valentine’s Day, a day we all celebrate the theme of love towards our spouses, family, friends, associates, and of course, our four-legged pets.


Anyway, The Lending Library, owned by a 4-foot 8-inch human, is situated in a house deep into a forest of faeries and nymphs. There is compassion, love, and unfortunately, evil, touching and destroying trees by yellow bulldozer. Some of trees are called the Ancient Ones. Two faeries set out to the city to find out why the trees are being bulldozed down, causing the tree’s tiny creatures’ occupants to flee for their life.
The characters are memorable. A well-written story that captures your heart. The climax is a fairytale ending.

The next story, Chasing Rainbows, deals with normal appearing people in a real world. The main protagonist, Rissa, meets Ian, a detective. Immediately they feel an attraction toward each other. Uncle Horace is Rissa's uncle. He's an inventor of many things. Some our ingenious and practical. Horace's wife, Madelaine, goes missing. Was she kidnapped? Rissa and Ian use all their resources, including Uncle Horace's inventions, to find her.
A great story that keeps your interest from page to page. The ending is also, a fairy-tell ending that reflects the amorous spirit of Valentine's Day.

The last story, The Gift, tells about Elice Weld and her daughter Izzy during the Civil War. Elice is a Southern sympathizer who becomes smitten by Captain Michajah Brooks of the Union Army. The captain and his troops take over Elice’s home. Amorous feelings arise between them. Their love for each other is challenged. The ending is unexpected and one that’s different from any climax to a story I’ve ever read.
The characters are etched into your mind, wanting to know more about them. An excellent written Valentine story during the Civil War that grips the reader with all the emotions: Love, excitement, humor, hate, tragedy and redemption.


If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels. 


 

Five out of Five Stars

Borrowing a Moose Head from Cole Porter

by G. Lloyd Helms

​Five out of Five Stars

Reviewed Aug. 3, 2018

Kindle Edition/Verified purchased

 

G. Lloyd Helm’s Serpents and Doves takes you on a journey through the mid-sixties during the turbulent times of the Viet Nam War protests throughout the United States, especially college campuses. Stephen Mitchell, a recent high school graduate from California, enrolls at a southern bible college. His naivety, inexperience with females,  confrontation with racism and bigotry, and death during his freshman year changes his innocence. It’s an life-learning experience transitioning a boy into a young man.

The characters are genuine and believable. I can relate to Stephen Mitchell on many of his issues, since I was a college student during this period of flower children, free love, hippies, campus war protests, and long hair and beards. A well-written and realistic historical-type novel all genre readers and generations will enjoy and gain a prospective of what was going on during the mid-sixties in the United States.  

 

5.0 out of 5.0 Stars *****

Reviwed by Greg Didaleusky on July 7, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition | Verified Purchase


Elliott Capon's descriptive words, sentences, paragraphs and pages draws you into his macabre world , engulfing your emotions, urging you to read on, wanting to know what happens next, as evil lurks around the protagonist, Dan Prince. His journey infringes between reality and conjecture. I recommend the novel to all readers of horror stories. Reviewed by G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.



If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Lawrence Johnson Sr. three intergalactic short stories Murder on the Eros Star, Planet of Doom and Terror on Telderan are spellbinding as each story captures your imagination and propelling you to an evil perpetrator on an intergalactic pleasure space ship, to a world of demented androids and then to an unstable planet that will eventually lose its orbit and had toward Earth. Intergalactic detective Da’Quan and his assistant, Rayna are the protagonist in these three intergalactic stories.
The characters are believable and dynamic as they draw you into their worlds and their race to solve the demonic crimes facing them.
The short stories settings are descriptive, the plots are compelling, and the suspense captures your emotions. All three elements needed for a great story. You won’t be disappointed in the ending of each story. Each story has the quality of being part of the Star Trek TV series.


More than a Star Traveler (Collie Chronicles Book 2) by Genie Gabriel is a fantasy about on Francesca Durand (Chessie) and her dog, Chap, who incidentally can talk and share thoughts with her master, Chessie, and their adventures of traveling different dimensions, other worlds different than Earth Three through a stargate that's inside a cave on a farm near a small town called Mystic in Oregon’s coastal foothills. The story takes Chessie and Chap to Earth Five, Celtic Zero and other dimensions in the quest in saving animals from extinction. They encounter societies and cultures that don't agree with her philosophy. Along her adventures, Chessie wears a magical necklace called merkaba, which can physically transport her and others from one location to another. She continues to learn there are other powers of merkaba. Will it be her savior or her demise?

The plot is great as it fuels your curiosities from chapter to chapter, waiting for a resolution. The characters are believable and descriptive complimenting the story line, just as it did in Book One of The Collie Chronicles. The last few words of the book will want you to read the next book in series:  "…dry your eyes, stiffen your spine, and get back in the game of life.” Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery / suspense / science fiction novels.
 

Five Star Review

Reviewd 2-28-19

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COLD

(The Element/Book One)

by Courtney Rene​​

5.0 out of 5 stars.
BY Greg Didaleusky on July 24, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition

Mike Fuller's novel Captain's Sortie draws you into the French and Indian War in the Winter of 1758. Captain Ben Deland, a tenacious, twenty-nine-year-old captain of the sixty-foot sloop called the Annabelle engages his young and old crew members in sea battles and land battles. The Ottawa and Huron Indians, and the French captain, Jean de la Rue, are Captain Deland's nemesis. Mike Fuller descriptive story telling carries you from chapter to chapter until the final scene. This is the second Fuller novel I've read. I plan on reading more of his novels between writing my own mystery/suspense novels.





​Five out of Five Stars

Dangerous Leads by Andrew Rowberry is crime novel about a private detective named Steve Deveroux. But Deveroux is not your typical PI. His previous experience as police detective gives him some credibility as a PI. Although, his personality is a combination of TV detectives Columbo and Mannix intertwined with humor and sarcasm. These attributes propel Deveroux through numerous harrowing encounters with seedy and unscrupulous characters. As the saying goes, buckle up for you’re about to take a ride on a roller coaster with twist and turns, up and downs like you’ve never experienced before in a crime novel. And may I say, once you reach the end of the ride, you won’t be disappointed. In fact, you’ll want to take the ride again, if there’s a sequel to protagonist Steve Deveroux and Dangerous Leads.
Dangerous Leads’ plot grabs your interest from the beginning and carries you to the final chapters. Rowberry’s writing is descriptive and real, making you feel you’re there witnessing the action scenes. and at times you even feel part of the action.
I recommend Dangerous Leads readers of crime, suspense or mystery novels. So, grab a drink and some snacks and start reading. G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

TO CURE!

by Francis Bennidict

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

 A St. Patrick's Day Tale contains three stories: Star Crossed by Christine Young, Meadows of Gold by C, L. Kraemer and St. Batzy and the Time machine by Genene Valleau. Each story touches the theme of Ireland and some its mythical creatures.

Star Crossed takes place in Ireland in 1816. Maya and her older brother, Oran, are faeries watching over two humans, Casey O'Connell, a Catholic and her amorous suiter, Kelly Shaunasey, a Protestant. A family feud between these two families complicates their love for each other. Fae pagans, Cary and Coon, try to stealthy means to destroy Casey and Kelly relationship. There are twist and turns to the story leading to aclimax of the protagonist and antagonist. Will love rise above adversity?

Meadows of Gold is about Tiamoon, a warrior gnome of a valley clan. Gnomes, faeries, wood nymphs, leprechauns, nymphs, sprites and other small folks living in the valley. The local hill clan had been raiding the gnome settlements and wreaking havoc on the inhabitants. Cary of Innisboffin, Ireland and Conn had no idea where they were, arriving in a time machine. Mr. Florence, who was drunk at the time, was challenged to a duel with a human. Humans are called Others. Morgan a night elf joins forces with Conn, an elf. They instigate a war affecting all the creatures of the forest, valley and meadow. Skye, Tia's mother, had a secret about her daughter. Loyalty, conflict and friendship propels Meadows of Gold to a surprise ending.

St. Batzy and the Time Machine introduces you to Horace Ainsworth, an inventor and genus. His ultimate invention is a time machine. His wife, Maddie, an adventurous woman, runs into a problem flying to another country. The story contains drama, suspense, thriller elements carrying the reader through adventurous scenarios with a dog named Batzy, along with Horace and Maddie. An extremely entertaining story, propelling you from chapter to chapter, never knowing what to expect. The characters are real and memorable. A satisfying ending, climax 

 Books I Reviewed

5.0 Out of 5 Stars *****

by Greg Didaleusky on 9-24-2017

Format: Kindle Edition

The Beamy Courage of Gerta Scholler by Gillespie Lamb takes the reader back to April 1866, the year following Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. Gerda Gerta Scholler, an eight-year-old orphan, lives at a catholic orphanage on the outskirts of New York City. She doesn’t remember living at any other place, or does she remember her parents, whom died of an illness when she was very young. Her father gave Gerta a middle name of Gerta, which means strong with an arrow. Her first name means protected. These names are a foreshadowing of things to happen in her young life, as Gerta is adopted by a couple in Kansas. A train ride from New York City to Wyandotte, Kansas is a kaleidoscope of events on her way to meet her new parents Marcia and John Bourdon, including their son Caleb.
The courageous journey of Gerta to a new way of life is written with a well-balanced flow of words, encouraging you to read on to the next sentence, next paragraph and next page. The transition from one chapter to another keeps your interest, wanting to know what will happen next. The description of Gerta’s surroundings, the mid-eighteen hundred cultures, and the unpretentious life of people during this era of American history is informative and realistic.
I highly recommend this novel for all genre readers from a nine-year-old to adults. Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.
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Boots & Blades by C.L. Kraemer a fantasy/adventure story takes place in Oregon during the time when gnomes lived and thrived. A young gnome warrior, Tiamoon, is anxious to find a cause to maintain her warrior skills since peace was declared with the night elves. On the other side of the Cascade Mountain children are being abducted from their beds at night. Some of them return months later frightened with bizarre stories of where they’ve been. No one in their villages believe these children. Tia and Killian, a good-looking warrior, teams up with her on a quest to find the truth about the disappearing children.

Ancient evil lurks in the mountains of Oregon. Will Tia and Killian be its next victims?

A page-turning adventurous story with believable characters and a great plot. Friendship and comradery prevail. And you won’t be disappointed in the story’s climax. 

Cold, the first book in the series The Elements, by Courtney Rene is a supernatural/suspense novel initially taking place in Manhattan. There are four protagonists: Nora, who possesses the element of creating cold; Ash, who has the power of creating fire; Eve, who’s able to conjure nature’s power of growing vegetation; and finally, Reed, who possesses the touch of death. They were like lab rats imprisoned by a research company named SaneCorp in their clandestine facility. The four of them at different times escaped the clutches of this diabolical entity. They became fugitives of the SaneCorp, as each of them individually moved around the United States, trying to avoid capture by this evil company.

The plot and subplots are original and well-developed. Each character is dynamic. Suspense is intertwined around each protagonist wanting you to know why and how these supernatural talented people obtained their gifts. The ending answers these questions, but there’s still more unanswered questions Nora, Ash, Eve and Reed need to seek out for the complete truth of their existence. As a reader, I’ll be anxious to find out what other diabolical plans SaneCorp has in store for our protagonist in book two of The Elements. Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

SIDE SLIP

by Mike Fuller

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.


Once Upon an Austin Night by Daniel Lance Wright is a fast action, bullets flying adventure novel about a US Marshall, Carlee Cayne, who has a quick and accurate response to life threatening events. The bad guys don’t have a chance against her. She’s the female version of the law enforcement detective who likes to ‘make my day’ attitude to the criminal scumbags. Her easy-going partner, Jimmy Fenn with the nickname Jimbo, tries to keep up with her tenacity. When Carlee kills a drug cartel’s son, all hell breaks loose. A silver lining to all of this is Lincoln Bridger, an advertising executive, who encompasses Carlee’s heart from there first encounter at a health club. Unbeknownst to either of them, an action pack adventure awaits them.
The plot and action filled chapters is realistic catapulting you from chapter to chapter. The characters are memorable and believable. If you like action, suspense and romance rolled into one book, you won’t be disappointed in Once Upon an Austin NIght. Also, the story climax is—I better not tell you. You know the saying: “If I tell you, I’ll have to….” Enjoy the read. Author of mystery/suspense novels.
 
Once Upon an Austin Night by Daniel Lance Wright is a fast action, bullets flying adventure novel about a US Marshall, Carlee Cayne, who has a quick and accurate response to life threatening events. The bad guys don’t have a chance against her. She’s the female version of the law enforcement detective who likes to ‘make my day’ attitude to the criminal scumbags. Her easy-going partner, Jimmy Fenn with the nickname Jimbo, tries to keep up with her tenacity. When Carlee kills a drug cartel’s son, all hell breaks loose. A silver lining to all of this is Lincoln Bridger, an advertising executive, who encompasses Carlee’s heart from there first encounter at a health club. Unbeknownst to either of them, an action pack adventure await
The plot and action filled chapters is realistic catapulting you from chapter to chapter. The characters are memorable and believable. If you like action, suspense and romance rolled into one book, you won’t be disappointed in Once Upon an Austin NIght. Also, the story climax is—I better not tell you. You know the saying: “If I tell you, I’ll have to….” Enjoy the read. Author of mystery/suspense novels.
Once Upon an Austin Night by Daniel Lance Wright is a fast action, bullets flying adventure novel about a US Marshall, Carlee Cayne, who has a quick and accurate response to life threatening events. The bad guys don’t have a chance against her. She’s the female version of the law enforcement detective who likes to ‘make my day’ attitude to the criminal scumbags. Her easy-going partner, Jimmy Fenn with the nickname Jimbo, tries to keep up with her tenacity. When Carlee kills a drug cartel’s son, all hell breaks loose. A silver lining to all of this is Lincoln Bridger, an advertising executive, who encompasses Carlee’s heart from there first encounter at a health club. Unbeknownst to either of them, an action pack adventure awaits them.
The plot and action filled chapters is realistic catapulting you from chapter to chapter. The characters are memorable and believable. If you like action, suspense and romance rolled into one book, you won’t be disappointed in Once Upon an Austin NIght. Also, the story climax is—I better not tell you. You know the saying: “If I tell you, I’ll have to….” Enjoy the read. Author of mystery/suspense novels.
Once Upon an Austin Night by Daniel Lance Wright is a fast action, bullets flying adventure novel about a US Marshall, Carlee Cayne, who has a quick and accurate response to life threatening events. The bad guys don’t have a chance against her. She’s the female version of the law enforcement detective who likes to ‘make my day’ attitude to the criminal scumbags. Her easy-going partner, Jimmy Fenn with the nickname Jimbo, tries to keep up with her tenacity. When Carlee kills a drug cartel’s son, all hell breaks loose. A silver lining to all of this is Lincoln Bridger, an advertising executive, who encompasses Carlee’s heart from there first encounter at a health club. Unbeknownst to either of them, an action pack adventure awaits th

 

Unique 101 short stories with clever one-line sayings (sometimes the words in the phase change position or letters replaced with a different letter) ending each short story. I enjoyed each short story, chuckling to myself.

I’ve never read a short story book with this type of literary format. This book is for all genre readers. 

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

THE FORT PROVIDENCE WATCH

by Henry p. Gravelle

Five out of Five Stars

Reviewed 10-10-18

Kindle Edition/Verified purchased


Author C.L. Kraemer takes the reader to Palmdale where the murder of a boy at a health spa had just occurred. A retiring mayor, Alexa Bond Culver, of Palmdale along with the police must solve this murder mystery before someone else is found dead at one of the two spas. There is a fierce battle between two spas over the rights of a spring feed property. Unscrupulous means by one the spas will do anything to obtain the piece of property...maybe even murder? C.L. Kraemer's characters are real and convincing propelling the reader to a climatic ending.


THE BEAMY COURAGE OF GERTA SCHOLLER

by Gillespie Lamb

Five Star Review

​​February 25, 2018
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Greg Gildersleeve’s fantasy/paranormal novel The Power Club takes you to a mid-western town in the United States where children with special powers form Power Clubs. The government approves of these clubs with restrictions, the child must be at least twelve and a half years-old and they must follow specified rules mandated by the government. The government sends these special children with their parents and sibling(s) to live in specified districts. Ordinary people called “Ords” also live in these districts. The government formed these districts to stealthily watch over these children with special powers.
The main protagonist, a twelve-year-old boy, Damon Neumeyer, wants to belong to a Power Club. The club consists of children between the ages of twelve years, six months to eighteen years old. Each member has a unique special power. Damon wants to join one of these Power Clubs, especially a club in his immediate neighborhood.
The story takes the reader through Damon’s trial and tribulations, trying to prove to members of Power Clubs that he’d be an asset to their group. Damon’s special power consisted of him conjuring up a black, dense cloud, he called a dark-space, in his immediate surroundings.
A rogue group of people called the Liberators are a menace to the government and will touch the lives of Ords and special people.

 

5.0 out of 5 stars
Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky on October 20, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition


The Haunting of Aaron House kept my interest from the prologue to the epilogue. A documentary film producer, Paul Barlowe brings his wife, Samantha, and their teenage son, Andy, to Pennsylvania to shoot a documentary on local history of Lancaster County. They rent an old house originally built in the late seventeen hundreds and then a major addition in the mid-eighteen hundreds. Samantha Barlowe learns of horrifying deaths occurring in the farm house over a hundred and fifty years ago. Mysterious sightings, paranormal events and evil embodies the house according to local lore. The Barlowes will be drawn into these events that may affect their lives to a possible point of no return to their normal life.
The Haunting of Aaron House kept my interest from the prologue to the epilogue. There was bits of interesting facts and American history throughout the book. The characters are vibrant and some our transformed to a different consciousness due to adversity and/or amorous situations. There is suspense, mystery, horror and romance in this novel. All four are intertwined perfectly by the author.
I recommend this novel to readers of mystery, suspense, horror or romance. The reader will be in for an emotional roller coaster ride. Enjoy the read.



If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Greg Didaleusky on February 27, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition| Verified Purchase

Side Slip takes you on a fast moving plot of murder and revenge. The criminal elements of the Russian mob in Philadelphia get involved in this crime novel along with a killer in Florida. Sam Deland's recuperation from a near-death shooting takes the reader from Florida to Pennsylvania with action packed twist and turns to a climatic ending. A diverse cast of characters in the novel contributes to the realism of police procedures and criminal investigations. I recommend this novel to crime, mystery or suspense readers. Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky, author of medical mystery novels. 


        Captain's Sortie

       by Mike Fuller

Damn the Torn Speedos, Full Speed Ahead

by G. Lloyd Helm


Five out of Five Stars

Reviewed August 27, 2018

Kindle Edition/ Verified purchased



If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

Boots & Blades

by C.L. Kraemer

If you like suspense, the Death Wish series or The Equalizer, you’ll enjoy this ride (motorcycle) on the road towards getting even, getting due justice. The reader gets into the head of a devastated protagonist, Joey Palmer, and the unjustified and tragic death of his brother, Alex Palmer. The Alex Palmer vs. Corey Rigby wrongful death suit favored the defendant, who was now an innocent man in the eyes of the judicial court system. But those “eyes” seemed to be tainted, as the scales of justice leaned toward the guilty defendant, Corey Rigby, a Hollywood star.

Get on you motorcycle and ride toward the truth, revenge and hopefully resolution in the novel, Joker’s Wild.

 

C.L. Kramer’s characters were dynamic and real intertwined with a believable plot and taking the reader to a climatic ending. I rated it Five Stars/G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

More Than a Star Traveler

by Genie Gabriel

​(The Collier Chronicles 2)

Five Star Review

Reviewed  05-22-19


5.0 out of 5 stars*****
By Greg Didaleusky on February 11, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition


A great read full of twist and turns with an unexpected ending. A story filled with a descriptive history of the conflict between the Incas and the Spanish explorers integrated with two modern day war veterans seeking the hidden treasure of the Incas. I recommend this book for the readers of history and suspense. Reviewed by Greg Didaleusky.



The Christmas Pawsibilities by Genie Gabriel is a fantasy adventure about a planned wedding on Christmas day. The future groom, Ryan Madison (a human) and the bride, Dorinda (a human who can change into an elfenchaun, part Elf and Leprechaun) are faced with dogizens and their pregnant queen, Canine Queen, whom crash land on Earth. An evil group called the GIG (Geeks in Green) lead by their ruthless leader, Commander Viktor Atrocitor. He’s diabolic plan is to imprison and experiment on the aliens. Intertwined in the story is the introduction of Ryan’s previous girlfriend, Laycee, a group of vocal woman called Blue-Haired-Ladies, and Uncle Horace, an inventor of a time machine and other gadgets.

You won’t be disappointed in the cast of characters, some human, others not, as twist and turns in the story propel you to a climatic ending. Reviewed by G.L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels. 

Mayaki's Doll


5.0 out of 5 stars A doll holds the secret to conspiracy
August 16, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition



Mayaki's doll by Francis Benedict takes me on a whirlwind journey after Gloria Reginald finds her best friend. Mayaki, doll near the supposed fatal accident scene. The doll is not an ordinary doll, for it holds the answer to Mayaki's disappearance. Unscrupulous characters intervene into Gloria's pursuit for the truth. The characters in the story are believable and well-developed. The suspenseful transition from chapter to chapter wants you to continue reading to find out what will happen next. The descriptive setting of the novel make you feel like you are there with the main character, Gloria. This is the second novel I've read by the author. I can't wait until his next novel. I give him five stars. Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.

 

Five Star Review

​Reviewed 01-18-2019

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LOST PRINCE

by Gregory Gourlay

SKY EYES

by Sherry Derr-Wille

Five out out of Five Stars

Reviewed 5-7-2018

Format: KIndle Edition/Verified Purchase


Sky Eyes by Sherry Derr-Wille takes the reader to Ninetieth Century Wisconsin. One of the protagonist is Sky Eyes, a blue-eyed white woman raised in an Indian village since birth. Her white mother died during Sky eyes birth. Morning Star, an Indian woman, renamed the baby, Kathryn Clay to Sky Eyes. She raised the infant in her Indian village. Midwifery, a mother’s love, slavery, romance and a suspenseful climax is intertwined making the novel an extremely pleasant adventure.

The plot and subplots carries the reader’s interest from chapter to chapter. The characters are realistic and believable. A well-written romance novel. As an author of mystery/suspense novels. I recommend Sky Eyes to all genre readers. 

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Greg Didaleusky on April 25, 2016
Format: Kindle Edition

The novel To Cure! is a thriller novel that holds your interest from the first page to the last page. The novel takes us into the world of scientific research and what a pharmaceutical company will due, including making a pack with the evil, to reach its goal. Adeishi, a scientist at IngoSmart Laboratories, stumbles upon a horrifying secret in the basement of her company's building. The company's secret takes her on a perilous journey through Hell on Earth. I recommend this novel for readers of suspense, mystery or thriller novels. I give the novel four stars! Reviewed by G. L. Didaleusky, author of mystery/suspense novels.


​Straight to Heaven

​by Christine Young

Love in the RV Park

by Jeffery Ross


Five Star Review

​Reviewed 11/18/2018

Verified Purchased Kindle


LOVE IN THE RV PARK by Jeffery Ross takes a singer/songwriter, churchman and his attractive wife, a young man portraying a storefront mannequin, a widow, a bug exterminator man and several other memorable characters and puts them into an RV park. What happens next are predictable and unpredictable escapades of romance encompassing a PG rating approaching the outer fringe of an R rating. There are several subplots within the book with each of them touching amorous intentions and/or resolutions of the flawed protagonists.

The reader will encounter nostalgic Innuendos intertwined with humor, wit and satire.

I recommend this book to a mature audience. So, find a comfortable chair, good lighting and your favorite beverage on a coaster and start reading. You all won’t be disappointed.