Sunday, August 21, 2011

           Reviews for COLORED FLOODLIGHTS 

"Colored Floodlights was an intriguing and engaging novel that covered a wide span of interesting events. From the war, to the Wall Street protests, to a carjacking, a shooting, a marriage in shambles, and even a house fire, there was always something happening that kept me glued to my Kindle. I was never bored and thought the story was easy to get lost in. The characters felt authentic and the dialogue believable." (5 stars).        Indie Book Reviewers


"While there are some action-packed scenes, this is a character-driven novel. The engaging writing style and the shifts in point of view mean the book flows swiftly along."          Kirkus Review                                                 


                                Reviews for AN EMPTY SKY

5.0 out of 5 stars   Midwest Book Review     
Vengeance only inspires more vengeance. "An Empty Sky" tells the story of neurotic trader Cecil Clemenzi as he digs his own hole of paranoia when he has a rival trader's daughter killed and soon finds himself on the opposite end of the revenge game. Fleeing and starting over are not things easily done, and makes "An Empty Sky" a fascinating and thought-provoking read.

5.0 out of 5 stars Susan Schoenberger - Author of A WATERSHED YEAR 

The title proves prescient in "An Empty Sky" as the characters move past the initial storm-induced drama to a place where they seek clarity but often find emptiness instead. Author Frank Drury moves along the action with brisk dialogue and plotting as the story of Kevin Kepler, his daughter Virginia, and a rich cast of characters unfolds. I look forward to seeing more from Frank Drury.



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