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Better Place To Be’ is a story of love, loss, and the ability to
overcome the worst that life can throw at someone and come out the
That word just comes to mind over and over, in regards to this book, along
with the phrase, heart-wrenching. It’s good though – incredibly, in
a makes-you-feel-things-and-think-things brilliantly good.
Upon first meeting John, he’s likable enough. He soon turns out to be
sweet and the reader would have to be dead to not feel his love for
Claire – and it is mutual. So the two of them have this great,
comfortable thing…until tragedy strikes. Then the reader is treated
to a gut-wrenching, realistic, accurate view of what happens all too
often to too many people. I doubt there’s a person alive who cannot
relate to this… Still, Wind puts it all so simply and so
realistically, it’s like nothing I’ve ever read or am likely to read
Not only does he repeatedly rip out my heart and stomp all over it – and
I like it somehow, so apparently I’m some kind of sadist – but he
perfectly portrays a good – better than average actually- man turning
into completely something different, as a result of the bulls— that
life has thrown at him….
feels, this is also the one. It’s well detailed with perfect
Chapin, a song that’ll never be the same for me. It seems completely
natural as if the book IS the song and the song IS the book.
Brilliantly perfect. ——– J.L. Redding, Reviewer
and in love – and then surprises us with one of life’s heaviest
blows. The reader indeed becomes “John Edghes” as John endures
one of the cruelest fates that life can impose – tremendous loss,
resulting in utter despair, loneliness, and addiction. He descends
into an addiction as a means to cover up the horror of it all. John
goes down that black hole (amazing how deep that hole can get) and he
must make a decision to climb out in order to survive or go further
down into that bottomless pit. After all, life goes on, with or
People need people and life does indeed go on.
life does end and the living must go on living.
Fantasy, mystery, thriller, noir, and suspense novels. He lives and
writes in Boynton Beach, Florida, and shares his home with his wife,
Bonnie, and dog Alfie, a sub-standard poodle (email David for an
of the same name. Not his usual genre, this is a story of love, loss
and facing to the worst life can throw at you and still be
Nevaeh, was released in 2015. All three books have reached into the
Amazon Top 100 best seller rankings in several categories including
Young Adult. Both the second book of the series, The Dark Masters ,
and the third Book, TRINITY: The Battle For Nevaeh, have all received
bestseller lists for historical fantasy and medieval fantasy, and his
sci-fi paranormal, Infinity’s Doorway, has received wide
published writer, he published Angels In Mourning, his ‘homage’
to the old time private detective books of the 50’s and the 60’s.
Angels is a modern day take on the old style hard-boiled detective.
In April of that year, Angels In Mourning, won the Amazon.com Book of
the Month Reader’s Choice Award.
alternate selection); The Sokova Convention ,, and The Morrissey
Manifest ,. David’s Mystery suspense novels include: And Down Will
Come Baby, Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep, and Out of The Shadows.
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