Kirkus Says

“In his debut novel, McPherson combines psychological mystery with romance.”

“In this thriller, a military contractor’s suicide note sparks an amateur investigation into a conspiracy.”

“business rivals and a corrupt senator stand out as suspects in a tangled scheme”

Arden’s Bookclub Review

Check out the full review and author interview

If you’ve been following along with me for a while, you know my typical reads involve love / romance / Hallmark Happy Endings. I mean, the princess should always get the happy, handsome prince. Or, maybe the princess should get the new vacation house in Hawaii. She isn’t sure yet.

I digress.

So, when Gary McPherson’s book was presented to me, I entered my reading it with a bit of trepidation. I wanted to do a review of it justice.

Y’all, I had a ball reading this book. Joshua got a little deeper into his thoughts at times than I preferred, but, to be fair, his world was rocked majorly by the actions of other characters in the book. I really enjoyed Harold and his development process throughout the journey of this book.

CrystalJ 4 stars Amazon Review

What I liked about his book:
The story was very promising, it was a good idea and unique. The characters were well written and interesting. You want to develop a bond with Harold and Joshua. The book did keep my attention to keep turning pages, I wanted to see what was going to happen next in the story.

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