Monday, October 18, 2010

Ponzied by Marvin Lindberg A Book Review

A simple cover for a great book.  Watch the trailer.

Forgive me but I have a complaint about this one. . . "Why didn't  I get to read the first two?" Just thought maybe in case the trailer didn't get you going I would try and get your attention!

I really enjoyed Ponzied and I really do wish I had gotten to read the first two.  Although this third book totally stands on it's own.  But I just happen to get into the characters when it is such a good read and I want more of the story. 

I think you'll feel the same way.  So go over to Amazon or to the publishers site or Barnes & Noble and get your copy.  I would go so far as to say buy all three for yourselves or for a Christmas gift. 

This was an easy book to read.  The story caught your attention and kept you interested all the way to the end.  I really enjoyed the main character Wayne although I do have to put in a little dig we really don't talk like that in Texas.  And most people don't dress much like Texans anymore at least not in the city.  But hey it is fiction so I'll let is slide. 

Many thanks to Mr. Lindberg for supplying a copy of the book for review. 

From the Back cover:
There is a Ponzi scam taking place in Las Vegas with tragic international consequences if not stopped.

Wayne Davis, a private detective in Amarillo, is lured to Las Vegas by a “friend” to help him out of a nasty mess. Little does he know that he is being drawn into a Ponzi scheme that has a terrorist connection. Time is not on his side, as he and his partner, Rhino, delve head first into something much more than they bargained for.

About the author: M.L. Lindberg is an author of several books of fiction. This is the third in a three book trilogy of Private Investigator, Wayne Davis, a red-blooded, no-nonsense, American hero, who is a modern throwback to cowboys and Texans. Mr. Lindberg resides in Racine, Wisconsin.

Ponzied by M.L. Lindberg

ISBN: 978-1432758646
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Date of publish: July 28, 2010
Pages: 308
S.R.P.: $13.95

This book was offered for review by the author through Bostick Communications.

1 comment:

Denise said...

Looks interesting.