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- Print Length: 214 pages
- Publication Date: September 4, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GLJ1SN6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #716,556 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Beverley Green: Sasquatch Hunter: Book One of the Beverley Green Chronicles Kindle Edition
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I’m not saying Clan Squatch doesn’t exist. I’m just saying that definitive proof hasn’t been found in any of the years since we developed technology that can locate evidence of water on planetary bodies millions of miles away. Sometimes facts have no correlation. Sometimes they do.
Now that I’ve enraged the eighteen people that will buy this book mistakenly thinking that they are buying non-fiction, let’s talk about Beverley.
Do you want a book that will make you smile and amp up your desire to suddenly check out library books about animal husbandry? Bingo!
I’m not even sure my city allows chickens, but I want some. Thanks Bev! My neighbors are probably going to riot.
Would you also like to see how much small town charm can be squeezed from a box of cupcakes and a cup of coffee? Pick this one!
Guthrie, OK is that place everyone sort of dreams about retiring to on “some land” but nobody really knows what that means. It’s a place best described as cute, quaint, or charming. But not cute like when your friend has a housewarming party at her new studio apartment and the only adjective you can find to describe the place is “cute” aka so small that you’d have more personal space at an EDM club on half price drink night.
The book is perfect for Guthrie. Cute, quaint, and charming fit them both. If you want a light read with a lovable set of characters then you won’t be disappointed. Buy the book!
Chickens play a prominent part of the story. Especially one chicken with an attitude.
So she moves to Guthrie, Oklahoma, the former state capitol (and still brooding about it) about an hour north of Oklahoma City. She opens a small bookstore but this being the gig economy and all she also gets.a newspaper gig as a side hustle and raises chickens.
Guthrie is a funky old town and is the perfect setting for this story.
The editor at the local paper where she works has assigned her the job of reporting on a local Sasquatch sighting and she dreads it. She doesn’t believe in Sasquatches see, but she was also tormented in her youth by visions of the beasts.
She sullenly goes through the motion of pursuing the story, talking to local characters who believe in the creatures. In the meantime she keeps running into a man who she gradually becomes very attracted to. I guess that it what makes this a romantic novel. To me it is a romantic comedy and this part of the novel is hilarious. I haven’t read too much fiction before where a female character goes on in detail about why she is attracted to a guy.
I am more into thrillers, detective stories, and non-fiction but this book drew me in and I kept going. The writing just pulled me through was very sparkly and interesting from start to finish. The story involves a Sasquatch stakeout, chickens, and a kiss (a kiss is just a kiss right? or is it?) . It seems set up for a sequel or maybe a whole series.
I give this four stars out of four, or five out of five or however many stars you like. It’s a good read, and I hope there is another one from Andrea Neil soon.
You can get the book at Amazon or if you live in Tulsa at Magic City Bookstore. Both the physical book and the Kindle version, which I got, is are reasonably priced.