Butler Did It!

Rated 4.44/5 based on 10 reviews
When a beautiful photographer scuba diving in the Seychelles saves a drowning man, she discovers that someone is trying to kill both of them. A chance rescue by unlikely hero Matthew Butler and his sidekick Tommy Cooper,suddenly thrusts them, along with the zany crew of their converted LST, the Pelican, into conflict with a murderous band of gunrunners attempting to foment a revolution. More
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About Sally Pomeroy

Sally and Keith Pomeroy live in the wilds of North America, in a place pretty much at the opposite end of the globe from the Seychelles. Both are hard at work on Matthew Butler’s next adventure due out in the near future. Details can be found at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000955341087. When not writing, both enjoy dining at the Moon on oysters on the half shell, Chile Rellenos, and Alaskan Amber Ale.

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Review by: R. McCullough on Nov. 15, 2013 :
Excellent read!.
Kinda reminds of the old Perils of Pauline at the movies.
I was born (1943) n raised in Alabama and hope the next Butler I just bought is as good.
Let me know if you would ever like some free pictures for inside.
Mac - now retired in Texas.
(review of free book)

Review by: M A on April 03, 2012 :
This was just fantastic. When I started to read I found myself not wanting to put it down. Looking forward to another adventure with Butler. Keep up the good work.
(review of free book)

Review by: Leanne Roberts on Feb. 25, 2012 :
I finished reading Butler Did It! today and while I trly enjoyed it, I found it a bit hard to follow sometimes with the jumping around of the first name and then the last name usage - mostly of Butler. I am a major adventure fan and found it easy to read, fast paced and truly enjoyable. I am really looking forward to the next one! As I said, the only criticism I had was the name usage otherwise, a great first novel. Thanks so much
(review of free book)

Review by: Verl Hart on Feb. 20, 2012 : (no rating)
At first the title through me. I read the details and with interest downloaded the book. Pleasantly surprised with the content, flow and never a dull moment when reading it. Great read!
(review of free book)

Review by: Matt Eliason on Aug. 03, 2011 :
Good pace, great action. Some detail did not gel for me, but overall good and would read another my the author
(review of free book)

Review by: Robert Elmers on June 18, 2011 :
Fast moving, always something going on, lots of adventure. I sat on the porch on a rainy Saturday, relaxed and read "Butler did it". I couldn't put it down and now I wish there more books with Matthew Butler. I will keep watching for a new books from Keith and Sally. GREAT JOB you two on your first book.
(review of free book)

Review by: Wade Foster on June 02, 2011 :
"Butler Did It" has a guy and a girl, good guys, bad guys, a cool sidekick and a dog. Add action and adventure, spiced with gunrunners, an ancient artifact, and a hereditary king and you have the ingredients for a good story. The Pomeroys pull it off. Paraphrasing Mark Twain I noticed instances of the author using five dollar words when twenty-five cent ones would have sufficed. "Butler Did It" seems like a first or early novel for Keith and Sally Pomeroy. I hope there is a new Mathew Butler adventure in the works.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Gail N Cort on April 30, 2011 :
If you like action adventure stories, you will love this series. It is non-stop action from the get-go with each action scenario being completely different from the others, as well as being a total surprise. The story is such that you cannot predict what will happen next, except to be sure that somehow the baddies will get their due punishment in the end. Kudos to the authors for a superb start to what I hope will be a long and fruitful series. I am looking forward to the next Matthew Butler adventure.
(review of free book)

Review by: Robin Blevens on March 30, 2011 :
It has been a long time since I sat down to a book of this quality. I can honestly say that once I picked this book to read it was one I could not put down. The story is so well written that you can actually see the places and people. I could see the ship and feel the way it moved. I will of course read it again because I was actually entertained. There was romance, adventure, excitement and just plain fun. Please, if you read one book this Summer take the time to read this you will not be sorry. Thank you to the authors for giving me a relaxing and totally enjoyable Sunday.
Robin Blevens
(review of free book)

Review by: Darrell Brown on March 06, 2011 :
The co-writing team of Keith and Sally Pomeroy are off to a flying start, and so will be the reader. The action begins early and at times you'll want to warn the characters of the danger that they are in like you do during any great suspense movie. The exotic locales and the action are interspersed with comedy and romance that makes for a perfect summer read. Butler and his team of characters and misfits are comfortable, but not too familiar. Add in a coelcanth, arms dealings, high-tech hijinks, and treasure, and you have a book that grows on you until you forsake responsibility and just finish it. I liked the action setpieces, of which there are many and unpredictable ones, but the quiet moments are welcome, as well. The writing team has a lot of characters to juggle and keeps each one fresh, funny, and villainous. Butler seems like a guy you would want to be or want to know, and the way his world unfolds before Katherine makes you want to be her, too. The authors, in their introduction, sound like they are apologizing for the implausibility of the book, but nothing is so farfetched that characterization can't cure, and they have some protagonists that have plenty of life left in them. I look forward to the next adventure. This one has the best elements of The Deep, The Poseidon Adventure, Doc Savage, and Indiana Jones, but it is also on its own road, and I want to take that road again.

Darrell R. Brown-author, poet, playwright, and educator
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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