Ralph Myers

Biography

Dancing with the devil under a pale moon light!

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Smashwords book reviews by Ralph Myers

  • For Nothing on July 07, 2011

    I have to say it is about time someone came up with a mafia story that exists outside of Chicago or NYC. Placing this story in Buffalo was a brilliant idea. The old steel town,the cold, all great elements. This was one of those rare moments where I began to root for the villain, which I think the author went for, but also I couldn't really root against the hero. The ending - wow.
  • The Hitler File EXCERPTS on July 07, 2011

    Interesting concept. Should have had cover art. To be honest there were too many view points here, It muddled the story a bit, but I liked the attempt.
  • Buffalo Soldiers on Feb. 19, 2014

    The predecessor to Buffalo Soldiers left me with one heck of a cliffhanger. I had half a mind to send an email to the author, but then again a good cliffhanger is usually enough to push someone to get the next book, and I have :) This one pretty much picks up where the other left off. Some new surprises and lots of reasons to avoid working and chores to simply keep on reading. As I said of the first, the writing is just beautiful. I recommend this to anyone and look forward to the next book in the series, as well as more books from this author!!! I've never been to NY but with such beautiful descriptions, it was easy for me to forget. 10 stars!!!
  • For Nothing on Feb. 19, 2014

    This is my first time reading something by Nicholas Demmon. I was pleasantly surprised. In fact, I got so into the book that I fell behind on other things that I had to do. The book has a great flow to it and it was not predictable like other mafia books that I have read. The ending was not my favorite and I may have gone a different route, but there were enough twists and turns that I was hooked and was left wanting to know more about the characters and what happens next. Having been to Buffalo several times, I was brought back by the vivid descriptions and can tell that time and effort was put into the little details and in the research to create an accurate background and scene. The relationship and interactions between Alex and Rafael were extremely entertaining. Also, my brother in law is Italian and was able to verify some of the Italian references and the descriptions of the ways that they interact. All in all, the ease of reading that captures you and brings you into the book making you forget that you are reading a story but as part of the scene is why I recommend this book to others. Looking forward to reading more from Nicholas, especially the next edition in this series.