mary walker

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Smashwords book reviews by mary walker

  • The Good Deed on Oct. 19, 2012
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    Many twists and turns make one anxious to round the next corner. Good plot, a great read. What exactly is a Good Deed? Could it involve murder? Or is an execution murder? Who's to say. One good deed, then a series. A very personal matter.
  • The Seventh Samurai on Oct. 19, 2012
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    I enjoyed this book. As a former resident of Japan the authenticity struck home. I traveled right along with Kenji the Japanese detective and his American girl friend. Through various perils, yes thick and thin! The Israeli angle was fascinating!
  • An American Pope on Oct. 20, 2012
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    Every Catholic, every resident of Vatican should read this novella. It points the way to the future of the Catholic church in America and worldwide. And while doing, does so in a fascinating fashion, plunging into high church politics, murder and intrigue. Summing it up: Delightful. Kato Wolfe
  • The First Lady: Betrayal, Lust, Bloodshed on Oct. 20, 2012
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    A delightful read. An airline crash on a desolate Mexican coast throws an American retiree and the First lady together. And together they exscape maurading Mexican villagers in a life raft from the plane and find rough sex on the ocean waves. The President calls out the marines and eventually is reunited with his wife, but their mating has not been all clover. A decision to kill the retiree who is chased across Europe. Delicious! Kato Wolfe.
  • The President's Ninja on Oct. 20, 2012

    Terrorists make the mistake of killing the vice president instead of the president. Thank God the president has a ninja on staff -- an American who was raised by a Japanese ninja, the last of the line. Take a trip into White House politics, romance and double dealing with this riveting read. You won't believe where the path leads. Kato Wolfe --