PACIFICA by H. P. Oliver

PACIFICA

Written by H. P. Oliver

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Johnny Spicer narrates his own story in 30’s style detective lingo and within a few sentences readers are transported to 1939 San Francisco standing next to Spicer.

The story grabs readers on page one with its detail and presentation. It lets go at “The End.”

I rescheduled a golf outing to finish this book.

Pacifica is very entertaining with healthy doses of action and suspense that are appropriately seasoned with humor. Suspense drives the reader to keep turning the pages. The reader gets a few short rest stops.

Great story telling.

5-Stars

Visit www.HPOliver.com for more information.

Reviewed by: Leo N. Ardo of www.LeonradoStories.com

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