Bill Huggins - A Desperate prequel

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People are seldom what they seem and Bill Huggins is no exception. During the days before the economy grinds to a halt, Jimmy Logan sees something in his neighbors that nearly breaks his heart. This short story prequel to Desperate Times will take you inside Bill’s world, where things aren’t always as they appear. Bill’s story is a lesson that true friends stick together, no matter the cost.
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Words: 3,240
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452314112
About Nicholas Antinozzi

Nick lives in Minnesota and spends as much time as he can writing. He believes that the literary envelope has been pushed too far and he prides himself on writing things a grandmother, or even a young teenager might stumble across, and read from cover to cover without blushing.

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Review by: chucklesthescot on June 28, 2016 :
Bill is the guy that everybody goes to when they need their electrical items fixed but when it comes to inviting him to hang out with them, nobody wants to know. The only person on his side is his best friend Jimmy who is determined to look out for Bill.

I liked this as Bill was a really nice guy being treated badly by people who pretend to be his friend to get help from him. The only issue I have with it is the abrupt ending. I would rather have seen him and Jimmy score a win over the betrayors but it just fizzled out.
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Review by: Sue Erickson on June 17, 2010 :
Great friendship story. Haven't read Desperate Times yet, but that will be my next one.
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Review by: Steve Peterson on May 17, 2010 :
What a great concept! One of the main characters from his Novel Desperate Times comes to life before the crash. If you've already read Desperate Times, you already care about the people so you'll read this without thinking. If you haven't read Desperate Times, read this and ask yourself "Why Not?"
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