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Heroes Are Hard To Find

"I have recently reread both of your books listed above. With the reminder of the events of September 11, 2001 and the constant reminders of the sadness and cruelness that invades our daily lives, it made me once again appreciate your special humor and the escape provided by your works. But hey, after all it is almost World Series time, and even though the Rangers are once again secure in last place, baseball is still America’s pastime. Baseball, mixed with the divine (and not so divine) intervention that gives your main characters “another chance,” provides the perfect combination resulting in two truly entertaining and well-written stories. Wouldn’t we all love that opportunity for a second chance at youth coupled with the experience of age. Life’s lessons viewed “Looney style” come alive with the sights and sounds of the scenes, and the feelings of your characters. Your ability to describe the image makes it easy for the reader to become part of the action and be touched by the movements of the actors. Your wit coupled with the skill to make it come from the mouths of your characters keep the reader turning the pages. The story line of each book has just the right amount of twists and turns to keep each story exciting from the first to the

last chapters. I appreciate the opportunity you have given me to read and enjoy your creations. It is with my confidant expectation of the success of these works that I wish you the best in your present and future literary endeavors."
- John D. Stelzer, General Counsel, Chief Financial Officer, Third Baseman

"I read your book yesterday and I had to tell you how much I enjoyed it! It had all the elements that I like in a book. I think it would make a great movie. Don’t give up. I hope you have a new book in the works. Maybe a Kate and Mac story? Thanks for letting Susan and Stormy get married. Women like a little romance in their books."
- Lucky Ledyard

"Simply put, I loved your book. The plot was good and well constructed. I loved the symbolism of good and evil. I loved the themes of forgiveness, redemption, love, and self respect. Your prose is almost like poetry. You paint beautiful pictures with words. I think the book would make a fabulous movie. You did a great job."
- Beverly Gooden

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