Watching For The Green Flash
by R.T. Hamilton Brown
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 162
'Watching For The Green Flash' is a mystery with subtle overtones of humor, well, maybe not so subtle at that. A wee bit of a road trip, and a totally wild and crazy read. Recommended for anyone who hates complicated stories that require a score card to keep track of all the players.
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