Reichold Street

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A new kid in the neighborhood. Bullying. Family dysfunction. Murder, suicide, madness and war.

You'll find all that, and more, in "Reichold Street", by Ronald L. Herron, a 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner. More

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Words: 81,550
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301581993
About R.L. Herron

Most authors claim they dreamed of being published as a kid. Born in Tennessee, Ron came to Michigan as an infant and his earliest dream was to play baseball for the Detroit Tigers and be the next Al Kaline.

A National Merit Scholar in high school, he earned a BA at Wayne State University and went on to earn an MBA from Michigan State. He once worked for some of the world's largest advertising agencies, and had a distinguished career in public relations and marketing with an international Fortune 10 company.

He's been writing and submitting stories since he was 17 (actually selling a few now and then), but it wasn't until he left the corporate nine-to-five in 2008 that he started writing full time. He has since authored five well-received books (two of them have been award-winners).

A member of Michigan Writers, the National Writers Association, the Association of Independent Authors (US), the Alliance of Independent Authors (UK) and the American Academy of Poets, Ron's debut novel REICHOLD STREET was a 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner that Kirkus Reviews called: "Skillfully written and emotionally charged."

ONE WAY STREET, his sequel to that award-winner (and the second book in a planned trilogy) was published in 2014 to a 5-Star review. STREET LIGHT, the final book in the trilogy, was published in June 2015 (all the books in the trilogy are available on Smashwords).

He admits disliking the winters there, but Ron still lives and writes in Michigan with his lovely wife, an ugly mortgage and one very large cat.

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Review by: G. A. Schindler on Sep. 19, 2014 :
Here's a fellow writer whose talent I envy--a living paint brush with an oversized pallet piled voluptuously high in rich hues, deftly painting live characters I touch often and who return my every touch. His work invites hyperbole. .
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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