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This is a lovely tale of murder mystery and romance. As always Fletcher writes to a formula, but the action is fast paced and intriguing. well worth reading.
04/16/2011
By far the best of Fletchers books that I have read so far. Moved at a good pace, intrigue, a touch of romance, and it had me working hard to work out "whodunnit". Would recommend to all as a good read.
03/24/2011
Moves along at a good pace with twists & turns to keep the reader interested.I like the style of Fletchers writing, so different to today. I will be reading more of his books.
03/20/2011
This is a most enjoyable book with some romance and a lot of adventure to keep you guessing what comes next. A mad dash over the ocean to recue his love was full of action that made this book hard to put down.
12/27/2010
A good read. Some descriptions of the battles were a bit lengthy but in all a difficult book to put down.
12/27/2010
A very good read. Henty writes about the adventures a young lad has because of his Uncle's actions in India. Well written and a delighful twist at the end.
12/26/2010
This book is hard to put down. It keeps you moving along with the characters and wondering how it will all end.
11/29/2010
Alexander Skikos - An Engaging Journey Through a Grim but Interesting Future
FEATURED AUTHOR - While studying political science and communications at Santa Clara University, Alex Skikos became fascinated with Americans’ different points of view from the far left to the extreme right, and the polarization of our society as the result. Creating a novel based on how he perceives the schism of such widespread and opposing divisions will one day play out, All Roads Lead to Nowhere points to a terrible future for not just the United States, but the entire planet. Most people see the world in a… Read more