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The Bayside Murders Paperback – August 10, 2013
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Before retiring in late 2004 John A. Miller, Jr. had worked for more than forty years in the fields of computers and telecommunications at several major corporations and universities. However, he always had a desire to write, so armed with a new computer in 1991 he sat down and began writing his first novel, Pima. Over the years John has continued writing as a sideline. Because he had lived in southern Arizona for a total of nearly ten years, first while serving in the U.S. Army in the mid-1960s and later while working for a Government contractor and then a private corporation, John decided to set his Pima series of novels in an area he knew well, the mountains and deserts of Arizona. Later short stories and novels are set in other locales. Now John makes his home in eastern Pennsylvania, the area where he grew up.
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I enjoyed this book but have to admit I was a bit disappointed in the action taken by a major character as revealed in the story conclusion. But, that disappointment was my own doing in that I hoped for the best in the character to be demonstrated when, in fact, the character turned out to be very human. I don't want to give anything away here so I will stop with my description other than to say that John's fictional characters usually show their strong moral character in the end. Not so in this book.
I hope John continues with his more adult-themed novels and look forward to reading more of them in the future.
Thanks John. This was a good diversion for the end of the summer.