What Others are Saying about Good Man Bad Man

After their father dies, three siblings must come to terms with the fact that their perception of him (and the discovery of a shocking flaw none knew he had) barely resembles the impression of a model citizen that he made on his hometown in Ohio. This probing first novel by Darryl Wood explores this disparity so deeply that you are left pondering how well you know the people in your own life. Good Man, Bad Man is a compelling read.”

—Mary Pat Hyland, Amazon Top 100 bestselling author

“Darryl Wood pulls the reader into an unexpectedly subtle psychological journey. As the reader, we meet fairly ordinary characters, not unlike you or me, who find themselves trapped within a Rashomon-like predicament. Through turns of events in this tale, I found myself wrestling with fundamental moral questions, basic raw human desires, and some of the ordinary, yet unnerving, self-deceptions that seem to be crucial for our day-to-day survival and security.”

—Donald Glauber, PhD, Licensed Psychologist

"Good Man, Bad Man is a suspenseful romp into family dynamics and the human need for connection. We all have a locker full of secrets in need of an airing out ... even our parents."

—Charlene Lichtenstein, "HerScopes" www.TheStarryeye.typepad.com


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