There’s real craft and ingenuity behind Callahan’s prose as both narratively and stylistically she creates meaningful conflict and believable characters underpinned by the requisite degree of emotional honesty that brings them to life.
With its uniquely structured narrative, ‘Bonanzaville’ takes us from the humdrum of existence to an ever increasingly bizarre and disturbing world someway between real life and T.V fantasy.
Originality and authenticity always make for great books and Wegener delivers both as he takes us back to a world of post-World War II intrigue and ever-present danger.
Readers looking for an edge-of-your-seat page-turner need look no further than Rip. A redemption thriller that envelopes the reader in plenty of action whilst leaving room for more than a little reflection on the failings of our justice system.
“Whoever controls the flow of the money supply, irrespective of whether it is fiat or gold currency, is the one to fear.”
A book that combines the velocity of Robert Ludlum with the intellect of Michael Crichton. (The US Review of Books)