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- Print Length: 137 pages
- Publisher: BookDoggy Publications (April 4, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XDKG5CM
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #343,899 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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All Good Men Must Fall: My Temporary Life Trilogy Book Three Kindle Edition
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I have devoured every book he has written, sometimes losing sleep as I read through the night, unable to put the book down. I will anxiously await what comes next from Mr. Crosbie .
To provide a bit of back story, in the first book this committed reader wrote, ‘Martin Crosbie enters the literary arena with a self published novel that shows considerable promise. The lead character is Malcolm Wilson, an adolescent who lived in Scotland with his parents until his promiscuous mother returned to her roots in Canada, leaving her husband and son behind in Scotland. His parent's finally divorce, and Malcolm begins what he terms a "temporary life," spending his summers in Vancouver with his loose mother and boyfriends, then returning to live with his father in Scotland during the school year. He leads this disjointed life without many friends until an unfortunate display of his own loyalty changes the direction of his life. With the help of a father-figure and other friends in Canada, he grows up, prospers, falls in and out of relationships, finally meets the girl of his dreams - Heather, a girl with her own abusive past and the extra baggage of having a child too early in life. Malcolm commits to assisting Heather regain her child and that is where the violence and intrigue interrupt the action and propel the book to a suspenseful but satisfying end.’
Now in much the same polished form Martin offers the ‘what happened’ from that first book – ‘Is it possible to start over? Do ghosts from the past really disappear? Can you leave them behind in a different country, a different life, and pretend they never existed? Malcolm has everything he ever wanted. He returns home to Scotland to live with his partner, Heather and her daughter, Emily. Their extended family includes his father and his best friend. When Heather begins to hear strange noises in their old house she knows who it is. She believes that her father, who was pronounced dead, has tracked them down and has come to take back Emily.’
The story contains situations that make us look more deeply into our lives, our motivations, our needs. Martin Crosbie is a very, very fine writer. Grady Harp, April 17
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