69 Keeney Avenue

Rated 4.00/5 based on 4 reviews
A young woman from Russia comes to the small New England town of West Hartford, Connecticut to work for the mysterious Pavlovich family. Young Sonia Godunov dreams of becoming a chef in her new country. She soon becomes romantically involved with the youngest of the three Pavlovich brothers. Sonia's dreams and her sanity are threatened by the dark secrets that lie in the heart of 69 Keeney Avenue. More
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About Coolidge Templeton

Coolidge Templeton is a first-time mystery writer. He currently lives in Avon, Connecticut. He has a wife and one son. He has a fiction site on Facebook under his name. Coolidge has travelled to twenty different foreign countries, and is passionate about classic fiction. "69 Keeney Avenue" is his first novel.

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sourav kothari reviewed on Oct. 26, 2015

nice book...it started slow but was full of suspense
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Lee Willard reviewed on July 12, 2012

Quite an enjoyable read. It is interesting and suspenceful without being too violent or gory. The prose is better than average for the free e-book market. The proofreading is not perfect but good enough that it is not distracting. The scenes are well done, most characters are believable and lifelike (except the cop). This is not a pure mystery because supernatural forces are involved. I love the fact that the 'alpha male' loses in the end and that the hero and heroine are normal people with believable stamina and strength. Some familiarity with Revelation will enhance the reading experience but it is not necessary to be a bible scholar to get the most out of this story.

I have a special fondness for the story as I once lived only 20 blocks from the site. However I would think only someone from Manhattan or Moscow, etc. would characterize West Hartford as a 'small suburban town' since there are bus routes and multi-story condo complexes over parking garages. The actual descriptions of the area and its people are accurate and I am sure the author has been there for more than a quick visit.
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Brian Borgford reviewed on June 26, 2012

Interesting and enjoyable reading. I wasn't crazy about the events in the latter part of the book, but that's probably because I'm not a fan of this genre. Well written, suspenseful. I recommend it.
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linda reviewed on March 15, 2012

A good read, heavy with elements of symbolism, religion, and Russian history. Parts of book were excellent, parts seemed oversimplified and needed more development. I'm giving this 4 stars because I think it is overall a good book and that we can look for good things in the future from this author.
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