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This is an amazing book. It kept me interested and engaged. Just plain, freaking thrilling. Do yourself a favor and read it. Giving it 5 stars!
08/25/2011
I don't mean to sound negative, but honestly it was a cheap Hardy Boy quality mystery. Seriously, there was a sliding mantal that opens when you touched a knob in a wooden panel. Plus, it dragged on forever. Don't waste your time, unless you want a light read with a predictable plot.
08/22/2011
i downloaded this book because i was looking for somethimg light and funny to read. i only read about 20pages because i couldnt stand the typos. i know it is a free book and i can handle more than most people, but this was like every other paragraph.
also, the actual writing style was hard to follow because there are two characters (father and son) called «mr. green» and you dont always know who's who. i hate to give such a low rating but i have personally done kindle books myself and i know it could have been done much better.
08/17/2011
Naomi Springthorp - When a Baseball Fan's Fantasy Comes True
FEATURED AUTHOR - Naomi Springthorp is a baseball fanatic and loves music. She says everything in her life has a soundtrack, which is apparent in her books. Apart from her baseball romance series, All About the Diamond, she has also published her Betting On Love Las Vegas series and a couple of standalone books. As our Author of the Day, Springthorp tells us all about the first book in the All About The Diamond Romance series, The Sweet Spot.