Review of More Deaths Than One

I received the most wonderful review of More Deaths Than One from John Beck, who entitled it “Cover to Cover Intrigue.” Beck said:

Pat Bertram grabbed my attention at the outset and didn’t let go. The complex and intriguing plot is not difficult to follow, just impossible to predict. Characters are enigmatic but believable. Settings are appropriately described but not overly so. Each chapter begs for the next to be read without ending each chapter with a “teaser”. Romance is steamy but tastefully done. There’s science fiction involved which is not so far out that some readers have even questioned how much could be true.

Like the last book of Job, the epilogue brings some poetic justice and adds a bit of meaning to the plot, but the real story stands even without the epilogue. There is not a paragraph which is not well written. Highly recommended.

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6 Responses to “Review of More Deaths Than One”

  1. joylene Says:

    Very nice. Congrats, Pat.

  2. Jo Ann Williams Says:

    What beautifully articulate and captivating compliments to brighten the day! And, as a fan of MDTO, very well deserved. I’ll second Joylene’s congrats!

  3. knightofswords Says:

    Great review for a great book.

  4. Sheila Deeth Says:

    What a great review! Congratulations!

  5. Deborah J Ledford Says:

    Yet another great review for an excellent book. Congratulations, Pat.

  6. Pat Bertram Says:

    Thank you, everyone! It’s so nice to know that people enjoyed my book.


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