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Corpses and Canyons Paperback – May 1, 2008
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About the Author
Don Yarber was born in Harrisburg, IL where he lived until age 16. He found his way to Detroit and graduated from Mackenzie High School in 1954. The streets of Detroit taught Don some valuable life lessons. He survived hard work, seductive older women, street gangs, gambling, crazy car driving, and the wild side of life. After a hitch in the Navy aboard the U.S.S Helena (CA75), he attended El Camino College in California where he studied Journalism.
Top Customer Reviews
This second book in the Kip Yardley series builds on the first. Fast paced, easy to read, with no moral lessons to get in the way of a well told story. If you are looking for pure entertainment, these books fill the bill.
And finally in trying to paint a vivid picture the author forgot that he has to have some idea of what the picture looks like before he paints it. One great example is his description of the road from Flagstaff, Arizona to Phoenix. He describes it as a road that will put you to sleep. I don't know if he has ever driven that stretch but it definitely will not put you to sleep. The scenery is breathtakingly beautiful for one thing. For another the extreme curves will keep you on your toes for the greatest part of the drive.
The book was okay but no where near the ratings that others gave it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Don gets better with each book he writes. I look forward to more from him.Published 6 months ago by Dorothy Jensik
I read this piece of lint.
Every positive review was written by friends and extended family of this author, and I doubt few of them actually finished it. Read more
"Corpses and Canyons" is a fast-paced detective story that kept this reader turning the pages when he should have been asleep. Read morePublished on February 9, 2011 by Glenn H. Ickler
Don Yarber has created a character in Kip Yardley that I want more of. Both novels, including "Bodies and Beaches", grabbed my attention and kept it until I finished them. Read morePublished on October 6, 2009 by George Myers