4-star Review @ Long & Short Reviews

“Mystery lovers are certain to find Box of Rain to be a gripping story, not only filled with excitement, but one which deals with some very real current issues.”

via Cyclamen at Long & Short Reviews.

BOX OF RAIN: another STREET STORIES suspense novel

LongandShortLong & Short reviews is a prolific review site with multiple reviewers with a host of styles and tastes. Luckily, Box of Rain fits into the category of 4-star approval! Here’s a bit of what they had to say–click through the read the whole article and see whatother books they recommend.

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The characters in this novel are incredibly real. Thankfully, I’ve never been in a situation such as Shorty’s and Booker’s, but I felt as if I were an integral part of it. Jo Sullivan, a reporter, is the third main character, and certainly her personal life is not much easier psychologically than the boys’. She may not be living on the street, but the drama in her family life is more than sufficient to cause her to take up Booker’s cause not only as a distraction from her own problems but also as a way…

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The First Review is In

Download the e-book today!“A fast paced murder mystery. I loved the setting in Chicago, the descriptive details are very accurate. I liked Booker, he was a determined young man, determined to make something good out of his life, despite his horrible upbringing. The plot was very good and original, I like that in a book. Overall I feel that those who love murder/mystery will enjoy Box of Rain.”

-Sheri Wilkinson for Juniper Grove 4-stars

BOX OF RAIN: another STREET STORIES suspense novel

And it’s a good one.  4 stars from Sheri A. Wilkinson for Jaidis Shaw’s blog site Juniper Grove.  Sheri is actually a local reviewer, from Princeton, and posted her review on both Amazon.com and Goodreads.  Jaidis will be posting it to her website on January 21.

Thanks to both Sheri and Jaidis.  Here’s the review:

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Booker T brooks and his cousin Shorty Davis grew up in the ghettos of Chicago. They lived in a foster home with a kind and caring woman, Mrs. C. When one of the boys discovers a severed head in a dumpster he soon becomes the number one suspect in the murder. Report Jo Sullivan is dealing with her severely ill father who had cancer and is undergoing radical treatment. She decides to look into this case. Something doesn’t seem right to her and she is determined to find out…

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