Call Me Crockett

Adult
Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
It started when a friend asked an ex-cop a simple question. “Got a gun?”

Unfortunately almost nothing is ever as simple as it may seem. Soon, David Allen Crockett found himself in a world he thought he’d left behind...a world of murder, deceit, treachery, shameless evil, and the possibility of the finest love he would ever know. All he had to do was survive. More

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Words: 100,210
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452484747
About David R Lewis

A cop, artist, musician, firearms instructor, fishing guide, public speaker, ranch hand, radio personality and novelist, David R. Lewis has seen life through many eyes and from many perspectives. From childhood on the banks of the Sangamon River to adulthood on a metropolitan police department, through hardscrabble years deep in the Ozark Mountains to working in broadcasting, David has gathered a wealth of life experience that is as evident in his words as it is on his face.
David lives with his wife, Laura, in the country outside Kansas City on seven miles of bad road, where he watches turkeys, dodges deer, argues with two Australian cattle dogs, and devotes his time to writing.

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Reviews

Review by: Holly Dugas on Sep. 25, 2013 :
Call Me Crockett, September 7, 2013


By holly du


This review is from: Call Me Crockett (The Crockett Series) (Kindle Edition)
I enjoyed the blossoming, unusual relationship of Ruby and Crockett, the two main characters. Their interactions were totally believable, whether they were sharing a meal, flirting shamelessly, or manipulating their way through a scary situation. I found myself completely drawn into the unfolding storyline, fretting for the safety of these two as the tension built. I couldn't stop reading and look forward to the next Crockett book in the series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: eugene creig on Sep. 25, 2013 :
5.0 out of 5 stars CALL ME CROCKETT, August 19, 2013
This review is from: Call Me Crockett (The Crockett Series) (Kindle Edition)
CALL ME CROCKETT, a book review, by Eugene Creighton
Fantastic! I just put it down. This story has the reader from the get-go because it's characters' individual personalities are so well written, to a depth that rings so true, that we believe these characters to indeed, be real people. When a story-teller writes this well, and writes from this perspective, I relax into that book. And I am easily drawn along through the story, because it is real to me.
Instead of the reading becoming a chore, the way reading a poorly written story can, with writer David R Lewis at the controls, the entire reading experience is simply a smooth ride. Fun from start to finish, this was a good read. While reading along, I was searching for the reasoning behind this title, and boy did I find it! Good book. Great title! I liked it so much I did not want to see it end, but what an ending!
Next offering Mister Lewis, if you please!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Bill Nickerson on Nov. 22, 2012 :
Crockett is not a guy you'd ever want to cross. Not that he's mean or cruel, well, maybe a bit. But he is the kind of guy that finishes what he starts.

And he's as loyal as all get out.

So it's best to have him on your side.

I loved this book. While it does definitely fit into the adult category thematically, it doesn't get into any graphic details. The language can be a bit spicy at times, but what do you expect from an ex-cop?

The characters David has created here made me feel comfortable. They're fun, funny and witty. At least the good guys are. The bad guys are thankfully minor characters in terms of the time they get to spend on stage.

If you're looking for a good book to curl up for on a cold winter weekend (or on the beach in Cancun for that matter) then you should have this on your ereader.

And don't forget to call him Crockett. He likes it that way.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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