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Tin City Tinder - A Thriller (Boone Childress Mysteries Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 249 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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"Loved David Gill's mystery and look forward to other Boone Childress books. Science, humor, romance make for a great reading experience."

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Reading Order of the Boone Childress Mysteries
 
The Boone Childress novels, novellas, and stories are written so that they can be read in any order. Some readers prefer to follow the stories in chronological order, so I've included a timeline below, starting with the earliest and ending with the latest:
Novels:
TIN CITY TINDER, a novel
STEEL CITY SMITHEREENS, a novel
BRONZEVILLE BLOWBACK, a novel 
FIERY GIZZARD CONFLAGRATION, a novel
Stories & Novellas:
KEY LIME DIE, a novella
"Boone Childress and the House that Kills," a story

Product Details

  • File Size: 1449 KB
  • Print Length: 249 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: April 7, 2014
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JJCOE2U
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #716,368 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I liked this writers style of writing. Good likable characters, easy dialog to follow. Kind of a small hick town mentality with good people and bad. good twist at the end. I will check out other David Macinnis Gill books.
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The most thrilling book that I have ever read, it kept me hooked throughout and even now, a few days later, I am still thinking about this story, and longing for more. Highly recommended
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The storyline was good, but there were a number of grammatical and typographical errors that distracted me and kept me from enjoying this story. It was as if the book had been transcribed by someone who didn't know English.

That bit of annoyance aside, I found the storyline very enjoyable and fun.
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This was an interesting book. Not a chiller, thriller but with enough of a story to keep your interest. The characters; some were charming, others were not so much. The end was a little surprising. It was a likable read.
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Thriller? More like Ho Hum!
Dialogue is awful. The main character is suppose to be a decorated combat veteran and he acts and speaks like an immature high school junior. Examples. He is quietly following and hiding from the bad guys and then he suddenly blurts aloud an obscenity when he discovers who the bad guy is. He blurts out "I love you" to a girl he has known only a short time. He is repeatedly told to follow firefighter protocol and then proceeds to disregard orders. The other characters aren't much better. A Japanese exchange student mixes up idioms. This is suppose to be comical but it falls flat. Abner, the grandfather, is the only interesting character. Too bad the book isn't about him. Curse words do not bother me but the use of them in this book seem to be added for no other reason than to use them. The story line is weak and boring. I agree that better editing is needed but I can read around typos and misspellings. I have not rated this book down for editing. I read the whole book because I don't believe in reviewing a book without doing so. I also was waiting for the book to get better. It never did.
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Loved David Gill's mystery and look forward to other Boone Childress books. Science, humor, romance make for a great reading experience.
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A good read. held my interest till the end. Very well written and very well edited. I also learned a bit about the area where the action takes place
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I very rarely review books, but this one got my goat. Maybe if Boone had been a very young high school student, it would be different, but he is supposed to be a highly decorated Naval intelligence officer. I had to quit reading about a fourth of the way through. Boone showed no intelligence at all. He talked like a 12 year old. Annoying.
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