Reviewer Mark Helsey of the U.S. Review of books found much to like in my novel, “Until Death Do You Part: An Americal Family Meets Their Sicilian Cousins.” Feeling an apparent need for a critic to be critical of the works he reviews, he found few grammatical errors (Try to write a write a 400-page book without any, if you think that it is easy.) and at times he thought I added too much information and on other occasions not enough. He concluded, “Readers who enjoy a skillful handling of settings and atmosphere will find this work resonates with their tastes. Also, those who like a good adventure with a nice bit of action focused on relatable characters in unusual situations should find this novel an enjoyable read.
The complete review appears below:
book review by Mark Heisey
“Frank took the gun from Roger, slapped in another magazine, pointed it…
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