What Readers Have Said About Melpomene’s Hand
“The serious nature of the PTSD problem is evident from the start of this compelling story. The reader is drawn into the confusion, and emotions of the ill-defined, delayed, and often hidden damage caused to so many lives by the violence of war. The Northwoods setting of the action adds isolation to the list of irrational feelings and events that conspire to move the situation of our protagonsts from bad to worse. While Melpomene was the Greek Muse of tragic plays, this story demonstrates that she has the power to wreak tragedy from the hot desert sands to the cool north woods. You will like the players but not their actions.”
“...a very good book. Not only will people enjoy it but they will be able to understand why some people do the things they do, at least some of the time. Good characters that I felt I knew and the plot moved right along , no dragging.”
Candace A. Hennekens
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