Cross Dog Blues: Book One of A Great Long Story to Tell

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Product Details

Price
$13.95
Publisher
Bogie Road Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
262
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.59 inches | 0.86 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780991132027

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About the Author

Richard M. Brock is the author of the acclaimed blues thriller, Cross Dog Blues, as well as the picaresque adventure, Up a Tree, and the all-new wilderness thriller, Hurricane Canoe. Lauded by Kirkus Reviews as "true brilliance" and "an exhilarating exercise in suspense," his novels have an average Amazon review of over 4.5 stars. Originally from the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, he and his wife now live in Colorado. Follow along at Facebook.com/RichardMBrockAuthor or learn more at www.RichardMBrock.com.

Reviews

Kirkus Reviews - "Poignant . . . insightful. . . . A heartening read for blues fans as well as anyone interested in the history of American music and civil rights."

Fortean Times Magazine - "This is storytelling at its best."

5-Star Amazon Review - "Just an OUTSTANDINGLY GOOD READ!"

5-Star Amazon Review - "Amazing and honest."

5-Star Goodreads Review - "I can't even begin to tell you what an impact this book has had on me!"

5-Star Amazon Review - "Heavenly harmony is reached in the pages of this book."

5-Star Amazon Review - "Perhaps the best novel written about the birth of the blues. Cannot wait for Book 2."

5-Star Amazon Review - "A beautifully crafted page turner that really gets under your skin."

5-Star Amazon Review - "I love the stories, how they intertwine. It keeps you glued to the pages. I can hardly wait for the next two books."

5-Star Amazon Review - "This is a fine accomplishment for an author's first book."

5-Star Amazon Review - "I couldn't put it down!"

5-Star Amazon Review - "I loved everything about it."

5-Star Amazon Review - "What an amazing story! I could not stop reading."