Suzanne D. Williams
Best-selling author, Suzanne D. Williams, is a native Floridian, wife, mother, and photographer. She is the author of both nonfiction and fiction books. She writes a monthly column for Steves-Digicams.com on the subject of digital photography, as well as devotionals and instructional articles for various blogs. She also does graphic design for self-publishing authors. She is co-founder of THE EDGE.
To learn more about what she’s doing and check out her extensive catalogue of stories, visit http://suzanne-williams-photography.blogspot.com/ or link with her on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/suzannedwilliamsauthor.
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Smashwords book reviews by Suzanne D. Williams
- Murder At Zero Hour
on Jan. 05, 2012
Though the start of the story was a bit slow, I was hooked by the idea that something had happened to the main character, only I didn't know what. I just had to keep reading to find out. I did have some initial confusion as to the time period of the story as it wasn't stated outright. But the description of the setting quickly drew me in. The detail of life in the trenches during World War I was very well done. I have read a lot of books set in war with battles and such and this was in my opinion as good a quality as any of those. The twist to the plot was super. I didn't see it coming at all. There were some minor grammar mistakes, misplaced words probably left from previous edits. This is really a great book that deserves more praise than it has gotten. A highly recommended read for anyone into historical fiction and mysteries.
- Send a White Rose
on Aug. 31, 2012
The best part of this story for me was the vast array of characters. I was particularly fond of Leah Master's brother, Randall, and liked his part in solving the mystery of the plot. Though I did not agree with all elements of the Christian Faith presented, overall it worked well with the story and didn't seem out of place. Setting was good. Overall, an enjoyable read for a few hours of my time.