All Things Return

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
All Things Return is the story of two young men who, though separated by twenty-five years, hundreds of miles, and the fear of certain death if found by a vengeful criminal cartel, strive to overcome almost insurmountable obstacles and reclaim the father/son relationship denied to them for so long. More
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About W.H. Harrod

W.H. Harrod was born and raised in Kentucky. He served in the Army in Vietnam in 1969/70 and received a BBA degree from Washburn University on the GI Bill. He currently resides in Oregon with his wife, Debra, and their two cats. 

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Review by: claus olsen on Nov. 25, 2012 :
I liked that book.
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Review by: Lee Willard on July 12, 2012 :
Terrance is what I liked most about this book. In so many stories in this genre the hero is an unbelievable superman who shakes off a few bullet wounds, reads minds at a distance, knows the president on a first name basis, etc. etc. etc. Terrance is a real person, with faults, who makes mistakes, who has fears that get the better of him. All this makes the story so much more compelling because you aren't sure he can overcome all odds no matter what happens.

I also like the fact that the romance is realistic, we don't go thru 200 pages of both partners fighting and denying the attraction and then being overcome by the glandular forces of their superior bodies in spite of themselves. It would have been nice if his girlfriend Jess was as realistic a character as Terrance, she is a bit of a superwoman, but not as much as the female lead in the average crime thriller.

It is a bit confusing at first that different chapters are happening years apart. As it is, after a couple switches back and forth you know what's happening. I applaud the absence of violence, and that good triumphs in the end.
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Review by: kate wolf on Sep. 19, 2011 :
This is a compelling story of a young man, Terrance, who finds himself suddenly thrown into the middle of a mystery that will change his life and the lives of people he cares about forever. The mystery grabs you early on and makes you want to read fast to find out what happens. The characters are believable and interesting and easy to relate to. There are many twists and turns in the plot and you find yourself rooting for things to turn out well for Terrance in the end. I enjoyed this book and thought the themes were uplifting.
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