B.H. La Forest
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Dragon Comments

 

Michigan: One of the perks of retirement is being able to have the time to sit and really get into a book. I finished your book today and have to tell you It was GREAT. I think I like it better than the first one. It was so easy to get hooked once I had the time to spend on it. There is so much visualization that It was like a movie running in my mind. You must have had an amazing career because the information and circumstances had to be based on experiences. Congratulations, I look forward to the next book.

Florida: By George you've done it! You really are a writer!!! I'm on Chapter XXXI and can't wait to get back to the book. Congratulations. I know it was a lot of work, but this one is REALLY GOOD!!!

 

Michigan: My Dad was DPD Detective and retired in l966 .I really enjoyed your book and am anxiously waiting for your next one. I also liked the artwork on your cover. You have a gift, please use it!

 

Arizona: I finished reading In the Red Dragon's Shadow a while ago. It was a very well written book and the names were all (with the exception of a few) original and assigned to the proper people which was a task in itself. I read the book in my KINDLE and I am of the opinion it was just like the original (which I am sure it is) so all in all, very well written. I understand what you have accomplished is not something that is not without MUCH research and you DID WELL.

Michigan: Rained all night and gone this morning. Started 'Red Dragon's Shadow' last evening and didn't go to bed until after 11pm - Got to chapter 14 on page 104 and really am enjoying it. Will be suggesting it to all the cops when finished and think it is better if you read the first one before you get to this - more background.

Georgia: Just finished your second book — loved it. Do the characters' have real life identities? I am imagining . . . some really special people.

California: Just finished your second book. Excellent story, I'll look for it on the silver screen. Job well done!. Nice that you mentioned Col. Cornelison in there.

Wisconsin: I can`t imagine the difficulty in publishing and authoring a novel. I do remember the trials I had in college with my essays, but those paid off later in preparing investigative reports and criminal cases for court. You have a fan here for any future work you do. Please let me know when a new novel will be available. Good luck and be careful.

Arizona: Just wanted to let you know that I'm about half way through your latest book and am really enjoying it.