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Gay Hendricks is a best-selling author with more than 30 books to his credit. The Tenzing Norbu Mystery series, which began with The First Rule of Ten, is Hendricks’s first foray into fiction.
Tinker Lindsay is an accomplished screenwriter and author who has written and produced a wide variety of books and films.
The story is good, the Ten character is great and deep and very well developed.
I was very surprised with the amount of knowledge and insight the authors had to the path of meditation and the tenants of this way of life.
I was thrilled to be able to read this second book of the series and will be waiting (not so patiently) for the next!
Tenzing, the Buddhist detective, struggles to solve the murder of a movie producer, confront the conflicts of his past, and begins a new relationship--a fully realized story with... Read morePublished 7 days ago by L. Brannel
I'm still reading it, but I'm enjoying it every bit as much as the first one! It definitely holds my attention!Published 13 days ago by Nora B. Thome
Impressed with this series. I like the hook with Buddhist monastery teachings but put into everyday life meaning how we face our own stuff, not always easy especially in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JMD
Read all four. There are no life changing message, just a
Fascinating integration of Buddhist philosophy and detective work. The main character [Ten] is an interesting,believable guy, and the story is an easy one to get into.Published 1 month ago by rosemary
I am delightfully surprised by this book, the 2nd in a series. Thoroughly entertaining in a plot I couldn't figure out; but the best part was the inner life and spiritual path of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Thompson
I love this series. I started with the free advanced readers copy and was intrigued by the premise: Buddhist monk, turned LAPD, turned PI. It's a great series. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christine Sharbrough
Liked the way bits of Buddhist wisdom came through the storyline - good reminders. Ten is a believable and likeable character and the text is well written.Published 1 month ago by Antoinette Simon