This is an intriguing account of love lost. I won't comment on the possibilities, but I give it 5 stars for human interest. There were a few grammatical and logical errors. For example, "which one of us would die first, her or me" could be better expressed simply as "which one of us would die first."
All told, a powerful first entry to the WDC site. Welcome aboard!
Beautiful! Expresses my own feelings exactly. It was in last night's news that bunkers for America's political elite are being prepared during the present COVID19 pandemic, in case the nation is attacked and destroyed by a massive nuclear assault. The nations of the world MUST change their ways, or else ...
Thanks for sharing. Your portfolio is truly remarkable in volume and quality. I will certainly revisit it many times.
Very touching. I feel there's a special place for unforgiving fathers, and it isn't in Heaven. You might enjoy my own take on the subject. It's a short story called "Rafferty's Present", #2210331, and it could really use a review by someone with an obviously good command of the English language. I hope that Lottie's decision, after returning, brought her happiness. Best regards, George Dixon.
This an excellent first novel. It has some rough spots, some grammatical errors and a fewer number of logical ones. But for the most part it was solid detective story fare and held the reader's interest throughout. I felt the ending could have benefited by providing a more satisfying resolution to the fast-paced story. And the Epilog was essentially an ad for the author's next-planned book.
Bottom line: an excellent first full-length, hard-bitten detective story with lots of action in the tradition of Mickey Spillane.
Typos, typos. To paraphrase Albert Einstein, Good literature is 90 percent perspiration and 10 percent inspiration. I hope I'm not rubbing you the wrong way. I won't do it anymore. Old George. (Yeah, I know. You're even older.)