part of society, be it family, workplace or even church someone sits; cast aside. The Trial of Jonathan Green
proved a gripping tale, firmly ensconsed between the fantasy and the reality of a dissenfranchised dreamer. Dream
and truth, so often at odds rarely fuse into such a distilled and dangerous moment. Jonathan's trial teeters on the
brink of distruction as one of God's clowns makes his stand. Nice work Mr. Conger.
* * *Read Forgotten while on vacation. A thoroughly good suspense read and couldn't put down. So, again my pride is
extended towards you for a job well done! Sell a lot of books now!
--Judy Decker, Massachusetts
*** I was supposed to spend my day off painting
my rec room, but I sat down after breakfast, intending to take a short break and start reading Forgotten! I couldn't put it
down. I got to the last page and realized that I had spent the whole day reading! Wonderful book!
--Joann Brooks, Utah
***Love your book (Forgotten)! Love your
characters! Ah to be pampered by a rich guy! I can't help it...I just love the lap of luxury...especially if said
lap is strong and manly. I think that's one of your great gifts -- psychological suspense. I kept being amazed by the
beginning of Forgotten. It felt like a police mystery. I think you should consider writing a mystery...just once...and pull
out all the stops. You could have your readers on the edge of their seats.
--Carole McDonnell, New York
***Where are all the Robert's in the world? (Forgotten)
--Jordi Wright, Salt Lake City, Utah
***A wonderful story of inspiration and caring that
you won't be able to put down, until the final moment when it all comes together. Don't miss this book!
--Robin Bayne, Maryland
***I bought your book VetCop last week from the internet.
I read it and was really impressed! I really enjoyed it!
--Brenda Miller, Missouri
***Couldn't sleep last night, so I sat up and read " Forgotten". Couldn't stop until I finished. It
was 6:00 am this morning Just had to get to the end and see how it ended. I JUST WANT TO SAY---you go girl.
--Bernice Levert, California
***I just finished Forgotten. It was great. I
could not put it down
until I finished it. Congratulations! Keep up the good work."
--Ida Manear, Birmingham, Alabama
***"A delightful, humorous romance combined with real page-turning
suspense, VET COP is a real keeper! I loved it!"
--Linda Morelli, author of the historical romance,
***Hi! I'm so excited! I finished [VetCop] today! I stayed up until 2 in the morning,
and then when I got up I read it until I was finished.
Is there a continuation to it? I loved the steamy love scenes. I just wanted
you to know I had finished it and really Loved it.
Pat Shankle, Texas
***What a wonderfully written, heartwarming story. I finished [Forgotten]
yesterday afternoon. I'm impressed. It is RARE that I find a book to hold my interest in that way. Usually I start reading,
and then lose something. Alan is the sweetest little boy. I absolutely loved him. I loved all the characters, all the way
down to Acton. You must've had to do a lot of research for that story, huh? What prompted you to write about the Diamond business?
That was very interesting. And, I love anything to do with Italy, or the Mafia.
***I finished VetCop. I really enjoyed it. I especially liked the
way you kept the physical tension between them always having some sort of interruption. As a reader, I could really feel their
Jennifer Leonard, Texas
***Your website is lovely and interesting to read. All the
best to you and your e-zine. I also wanted you to know how much I enjoyed Vet Cop. It was a delight to read.
of The Van Winkle Bride
and Simple Steps to Sentence Sense.
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