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Book Review: Painkiller Ghosts by J Marc Harding
After his girlfriend's death, 30-something-year-old Thymothy X Exler moves back home with his mother, Suzanne, to get stability, and then changes his name to Thyme. While out walking, Thyme witnesses a tragedy that changes the direction of his life. Meanwhile, Suzanne is stalked and threatened by a man she dated briefly and Thyme takes matters into his own hands, with kitchen utensils. Soon, the man begins appearing in the lives of Thyme's friends with disturbing consequences. Thyme begins to hear the jingle of his dog's collar occasionally, but his dog died years ago. And then Chastity disrupts things even more.
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: Xlibris, Corp. (March 2, 2010)
Review:A wonderful variety of characters will be seen within this
book. The first thing you'll notice, however, is that the writing style is very
different. I questioned if I'd like it when I started. As readers, we seem to
get *set* into a certain preferred writing style. But, I have to say, give it a
chance. It becomes a most welcome change in writing from most books that you'll
I wasn't sure of much to expect when I decided to read this
book. But I was pleasantly surprised. It's a quick read that keep s you
guessing and wanting to turn the page. Another book that should be a welcome
addition to most personal book shelves.