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Note: SNOW ADRIFT (BOOK 4) is the fourth book published in the Las Vegas Mystery Series, but it is the prequel to PUNCTURED (BOOK 1), so it takes place before all of the other books in the series.
Top Customer Reviews
So his latest book, FAMILY, is about Shane's estranged family who takes him back in when the proverbial money runs out. As you follow Shane, you start to realize things can't be what they appear. There are a few surprises, a couple twists and turns, some entertaining characters along the way; then it gets wrapped up so neat you can't even believe what happened, you cheer, then you are sad because it ended. I loved it! If you really enjoy people-watching--with a good story to follow--you will definitely enjoy FAMILY. It is excellent story-telling, characters you wonder if you might really know somewhere in real life, and a fun read all rolled into one package.
When Shane Hall returns to South Dakota, we learn the secrets that lurk under the surface of his eccentric extended family. Bumptious cousins, nymphomaniac aunts and girl friends, clownish neighbors--all good fun, except for that odd menacing tone running through their banter and displays of affection. Then Shane's cousin offers him a job too good to be true....
As always, Kusler's disarmingly straightforward prose lures you in, then slaps you on the side of the head as you stumble into the depths of human depravity. A Steinbeck for the 21st century, Kusler shows how economic desperation has shaped so much of our country. A voice for the common man, laced with gentle humor. Like Garrison Keillor, Kusler's voice charms you and breaks your heart both at the same time. I could listen to his stories all day.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story was decent and I got through it quickly however there were a lot of unrealistic and unbelievable scenarios. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Barbara J. Ewer
Rex Kusler has done it again. He has written a spell-binder that I was unable to put down! I would heartily recommend this book.Published 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's rea good fast action and simply written
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This was an excellent and well written story. I enjoyed it and would love to read more from Mr. Rex Kusler.Published 19 months ago by New York Jazz Player
I had a hard time reading this book! It was slow and boring. It had some interesting parts but that was it.Published 21 months ago by Lisa Barron
A short read, but fairly interesting and a wild ride right up until the end. Not a bad little read overall.Published 21 months ago by Pamela Jacob
This book was great reading and suspenseful! It held your attention and kept you reading! Lots of great character sPublished 22 months ago by M. Heese