What are people saying about Angel Encounters, Shiloh and the Cave, Finding Alan, The Other Side of Time, New Pictures of an Old Murder, and The Desk:

Angel Encounters


This book is phenomenal! You ought to do a sequel!

Eileen English
Elizabeth, CO


Loved, loved, loved the two books I bought at the signing: Angel Encounters and Shiloh and the Cave, I had a hard time putting them down till I finished them!

Vicki King
Memphis, TN


Angel Encounters is a book meant to be savored in bite-sized morsels, like a favorite decadent dessert.  Some of the stories will make you laugh, some will bring you to tears, and some will raise goosebumps and make you not want to turn the lights out!  For me, the stories affirm that it's okay to believe in your sixth sense.
 

Thank you for compiling the stories.  I look forward to the next one!

Angela Sanders
Franktown, CO


This book is beyond amazing, who knew that many people had angel encounters, it is a book that you can't put down.

Leonell Klank
Memphis, TN


Wonderful book - as usual. David grabbed Angel Encounters when we got home and wouldn't give it up until he finished. Now I have it and will finish it soon.Wonderful book - as usual. David grabbed it when we got home and wouldn't give it up until he finished. Now I have it and will finish it soon.

Anne Barre
Cordova, TN


I want to compliment you on Angel Encounters!  Scott and I have now read it from cover to cover. Each story is unique and thought provoking for the reader ~ your variety of sources really added credence to the book.  Great job! You are sure to receive rave reviews as you promote it!

Karla Hillman
Parker, CO


Shiloh and the Cave


I love, love, love your book Shiloh and the CaveIt was really well put together and I enjoyed it.  I am glad that you are thinking about writing a sequel to this book.  Like I said before, you really are a fantastic author. I am your little reader, and  you can be sure that I am going to read the next book. :)   I will recommend this book to all my friends, and I will tell my mom to read it.   Hannah Mulert  age 11

Hannah Mulert  age 11
Salt Lake City, Utah


My granddaughter, Courtney, and I will be at your book signing on October 16th (2011). She can hardly wait to meet you as she loves Shiloh and the Cave and has read it four times already!

Beverly VanKirk
Littleton, CO


My friend, Lindy Howard, just told me that her daughter, Megan, who is 12, is almost finished with Shiloh and the Cave and loving it! Megan is required to read 12 books this year for school, but in the 100-page category. Lindy suggested she

get a book with fewer pages to read. Megan said, "NO WAY." She's really enjoying the Shiloh and the Cave and wants to finish it. I told Lindy about your book signing at the Highlands Ranch, CO library on October 16th, and she will be there with Megan and her sister so that Megan maybe can buy another copy!

Diana Yust
Littleton, CO


My 9-year-old son, Tanner, loved Shiloh and the Cave so much that he wants to donate copies to his school library so the students in book clubs will have multiple copies available so they can all be checked out at the same time for the book club.

Beth Williams
Collierville, TN


I just finished Shiloh and the Cave.  Once I got into it, I couldn't put it down!  I loved it, and I know Hannah will, too.

Lynette Mulert
Collierville, TN


You received a Two Thumbs Up from my 9-year-old granddaughter who read Shiloh and the Cave over the weekend. I'm going to put it on my Facebook page as recommended reading!

Beverly VanKirk
Littleton, CO


Just finished your latest book, Shiloh and the Cave, and it's another great read! It has an exciting story, and although written for young adults, I think it has some important messages for all ages. Everyone will definitely take away something different from it, and that is one of the ways it is so special. Most of all, the story gives a wonderful message of Hope! I highly recommend everyone read it this summer!

Carol Alder Talanian
Plymouth, MA and Naples, FL


I am having so much fun reading you newest book, Shiloh and the Cave. While reading, I'm thinking of you as I first knew you and read you describing the teenagers' clothes and the way they socialize, etc. and you do it so well---how do

you keep up with their fashions, ways of behavior, choices in music, etc.? The story line is good, makes it hard to put the book down, but because I have had the good fortune to know you the way you describe everything is just so amusing and delightful.

LaVerne T. Gurley, Author, Introduction to Radiologic Technology, 5th ed.
Memphis, TN


Shiloh and the Cave is without doubt Jonna Turner's best book! Wonderful story, rich characters, beautifully written. Highly recommend it to all ages!

Angela Williams
Franktown, CO


Finding Alan


I really liked Finding Alan. Could not put it down and had to finish it! It kept me on the edge of my seat. Your characters were very well developed.

Susan Reichert, Editor-in-Chief
Southern Writers Magazine
Memphis, TN


Having grown up in the Deep South, I was intrigued by Finding Alan. Jonna Turner has written a novel that both captures cultures ranging from Memphis to Denver to Seattle AND included intrigue and mystery for the reader.  Each page took me on different turns in the road, leading to a very nice conclusion.  Jonna Turner has written a book that many of us will talk about.  Thanks for a wonderful, mysterious journey in reading.  I loved it!!

Sam Tinsley
Garland, TX


I've read 3 of your books now and I loved all three. Couldn't put them down.

Lori Raitz Knapp
Franktown, CO


You are one of my heros!!! I read your excellent book, Finding Alan, the next two days after I received it. I do regret that I am so long in sending you a response. I enjoyed it so much, have told everyone I know including my Sunday School class about you and brag about knowing such a celebrity !!!

LaVerne Gurley, Author
Memphis, TN


I have read all of Jonna Turner's books, and Finding Alan is my favorite! If you have not read The Desk, buy them both together and you will have many hours of wonderful reading. This book resulted in a few nights of shortened sleep, because I could not put it down. It was well worth it as it was a great read. From page one I was completely wrapped in the plot and characters. I love Jeagan's persona, she is such a feisty, fun, charming and intelligent heroine. Jonna Turner has an amazing ability to paint pictures of the places and characters, you feel like you are actually there in the story. I am an avid reader and I would recommend Finding Alan with a resounding two thumbs up!!

Amy Lauren
Chantilly, VA


Jonna Turner is an amazing writer. Her books have a cozy, hometown kind of feel yet sizzle with excitement and suspense. I've loved her books from the very first one I read and always eagerly anticipate her next one. Finding Alan was no less than superb! The characters are interesting and speak in their own voices (unlike some novelists like Nora Roberts where all her characters speak in the exact same truncated voice); the locations transport you; the story is captivating. I found myself reading slower towards the end of the book because I didn't want the story to end. I can't wait to read more about Jeagan in future sequels. Please keep writing Jonna!!!

A. K. Williams
Franktown, CO


Finding Alan is very enjoyable and even better so far than The Desk.  Your beginning was well thought out and perfect for your first time reader, who missed reading The Desk.  It gave them just enough information to continue but not so much that at the conclusion they won't want to read The Desk.  Consequently I'm certain you'll see an increase in sales as a result of Finding Alan!
 

Best of luck on the success of your latest venture.  You're on your way fulfilling your dreams.  Tied together I definitely see a blockbusting screenplay forthcoming.  A new and faithful fan,

Ken Crill
Oxford, MS


I just finished both your books, The Desk and Finding Alan. Thoroughly enjoyed the settings and the story line. I am so proud of your ability. Keep up the good work.

Judy Gore Bird
Arlington, TN


I just finished your latest book, Finding Alan, and realized I had been holding my breath for almost the wholeeeeeeee book! It grabs your attention in the first few pages and never lets go! I am amazed at all the plot twists and turns. When one exciting event had been survived almost immediately they would be thrown ...into another scary predicament! My favorite kind of book! I didn't want it to end and want the next book to follow immediately to see what happens next in Jeagan's and friends and families lives! I see many wonderful novels in this series! Huge thumbs up!!! xoxo

Carol Alder Talanian
Plymouth, MA and Naples, FL


I really do think Finding Alan is the best and have been meaning to tell you. It took me a while to get around the reading it and then I could not put it down. I especially liked the way the story moved constantly - not too many details, just enough. I also liked the descriptions of the areas - reminded me of those old old Harlequin romance books we used to read that made you want to visit the places they described. Way way back when they were as clean as a whistle. When I worked in the library at school, I tried to get the girls to read them because they were so clean and you could actually learn about foreign places.

Barbara VanNeste
Millington, TN


I loved Finding Alan. What an imagination you have!

Margaret Hadfield Fann
Memphis, TN


I'm glad to say Finding Alan was very good all the way from page one to the last page.  I'm so proud of you!!!  AND I get to tell all my friends I have a very successful writer friend!   Love ya.. and keep up the good writing. 

Janis Suggs Dyson
Houston, MS


Jonna has done it again. One great suspense book after another. If you love a book that keeps your mind working constantly trying to figure out "who done it" then Finding Alan is the book for you. Amazing twists and non-stop action throughout the whole book. I do recommend that if you have not done so, order both books and read The Desk first. Like others, I can see more books about these great characters and if that were not enough, Jonna is a master a painting very vivid pictures with words making her books play out like a movie as you read them. Movie of her books, what a great idea!!!!

Ruth Dunlap Ludwig
Memphis, TN


Jonna, you have done it again!  I was hooked in the first chapter of Finding Alan and then you just slowly reeled me in.  It was very hard for me to put it down.  I have totally enjoyed your first 4 books and anxiously await #5.  I have never been in Seattle or Victoria, but after reading Finding Alan, I could go there and feel like I had been there before.  You have a great talent of painting the scene and making one feel like we are standing right there.  Living in the Memphis area now and having lived in the Denver area, it's a hoot to read about familiar places.  Thanks for sharing your craft with us. 

Lynette Mulert
Collierville, TN


I have read the book and was so anxious all the way through it. You really have a way with words, description and suspense. There are not enough words to tell how much this book meant to me. I have been waiting for the sequel to The Desk, and  I will say this, I was not disappointed in Finding Alan.  I may read it again, after a week or two.

Grace Crisman
Germantown, TN


Fine read m'lady. Finding Alan arrived in the mail late Monday. Mother read it Monday night. I read it Tuesday night. We both agree it's a good book. Congrats, Jonna. You did it again. When are the movies going into production?

Ed Beall
Memphis, TN


The Other Side of Time


I finished The Other Side of Time. It was great! I didn`t want to put it down. I don`t know how you do it!!! Now I am waiting for New Pictures of an Old Murder!

Grace Crisman
Memphis, TN


I finished your latest book The Other Side of Time and it is your greatest thriller yet! So many plot twist and turns you do end up holding your breath! Loved it and now would like to see Agatha have more time travel adventures!

Carol Alder Talanian
Plymouth, MA and Naples, FL


Life is what one makes of it, especially after experiencing a loss or tragedy. Despite the good intentions of others to help, it is solely up to each person to restore their own happiness and contentment, beginning with the will to do so.

The Other Side of Time explores this kind of dilemma, through its heroine, Agatha Windham, revealing the proven fact that one’s happiness and contentment is usually to be found through what one can do to help others. But, Agatha’s story is by no means a simple one, because it transcends time itself, through the panes of a stained glass window, taking her back and forth between her own time in 1982 Massachusetts and a war ravaged 1942 Germany. Though circumstances threaten her very existence in both time periods, she gradually finds herself trying to choose which time period will allow her to do the greater good and therefore find the greater happiness.

Ed Beall, Author
Memphis, TN


New Pictures of an Old Murder, a Highlands Ranch Mystery
Just finished reading Jonna Turner's mystery, New Pictures of an Old Murder, and it's absolutely great!! Full of mystery and it's clean reading.

Marilyn Bevell Lunsford, Teacher
Cordova, TN


So glad to hear you are almost finished with the sequel to The Desk. It was WONDERFUL, and I can't wait for the next installment. As soon as I finished that one, I picked up New Pictures, which I couldn't put down. Now Missy is hoarding the third one, The Other Side of Time. I keep asking her to hurry up and bring it, but she keeps giving me an excuse of some sort.

Anne Koehler Barre
Cordova, TN


New Pictures of an Old Murder is an intriguing tale of murder and mystery. Jonna Turner, a Colorado resident, places her second mystery novel in the familiar setting of Highlands Ranch. All readers will enjoy the subtle humor of the sassy and stubborn Val as she searches out the truth.

Colorado Country Life Magazine
November 2009 issue
http://www.coloradocountrylife.coop/index.php/book-reviews/14-book-reviews-category/104-new-pictures-of-an-old-murder-a-highlands-ranch.html


Man, New Pictures of an Old Murder just grabs you and doesn't let go.  I finished it in one afternoon (and I am not the quickest reader, let me tell ya). You really blow me away.

Missy Scruggs
Memphis, TN


I finished New Pictures of an Old Murder and was so entertained by it. It was so very interesting and kept me wondering what would happen next.  A lot of mystery in it and I will have to admit that I never thought of --- as helping out with the dirty deed!!!! Another book of yours that I couldn't put down. How do you do it?

Grace Crisman
Memphis, TN


I finally got to reading Jonna's book New Pictures of an Old Murder... I finished it yesterday..  I LOVED IT!!!!!!   Please let her know that I totally enjoyed the book, have ordered The Desk, and plan on buying the new one coming out in the spring.  She is a wonderful writer!

Tammy Garcia
Morrison, CO


You don't know me but I'm Barbara and Carol Alder's older sister, (from
Frayser) Joan. I feel like I know you, because I heard them both talk about
you while they were growing up, and I might have even met you, but my memory
of those days is foggy. The reason I'm E-mailing is I've stayed up too late
a couple of nights reading your mystery novel, New Pictures of an Old Murder, and I wanted to let you know how much I've enjoyed it. We've all read it, and really, really liked it.

Joan Alder Valentine
Birmingham, AL


As usual Ms. Turner's New Pictures of an Old Murder has captured the mind of the reader. A fast-paced mystery that is hard to put down. Looking forward to more work from her. Her other work, The Desk, is in the same caliber, set in her home town of Memphis, TN.

Edward A. Jackson
Homestead, FL


New Pictures of an Old Murder: A Highlands Ranch Mystery was rivoting. Ms. Turner did a wonderful job of keeping me guessing "Who Done It" and "Why," allowing me to draw my own conclusions (several times - some right, some wrong). The story line kept me interested - not wanting to put the book down - and never lagged. Because I am familiar with the area she wrote about, it was especially fun to visualize where the main character lived, where her kids went to school, and the streets she drove on. She really makes the story "come alive," even if you don't know the area. It was fun to read and I can't wait for her to publish her next book. Congratulations Ms. Turner!

Diana Yust
Littleton, CO


I finished New Pictures this morning, and I love it!  Congratulations on a very well written story from beginning to end.  I don't know how you do it!  And a surprise ending to boot!

Sue Kurtz, Sheriff
San Juan County, CO


I just wanted to drop you a line to let you know how much I enjoyed New
Pictures of an Old Murder
!  What a great plot and such excellent character development!  I literally could not put it down, and when I did, I found myself thinking of the characters in the middle of the night.  One such night was after I had read the part where Val gets kidnapped and left in Sedalia, and then when she got left up on Guanella Pass.  I just couldn't wait to read some more and find out what happened
to her!  I also really liked the fact that the book took place in a locale that I'm so familiar with (Highlands Ranch) and how you tied up all the loose ends at the end of the book.

Thank you so much for writing this book - I hope I can look forward to another Highlands Ranch mystery soon!

Carol Van Kouwenberg
Highlands Ranch, CO


I loved New Pictures!  I have a waiting list of friends who want to borrow it.  I'm going to order The Desk now and read it!  Good job!

Grace Crisman
Memphis, TN


I stayed up half the night reading New Pictures of an Old Murder!  Could not put it down.  I'm loving it! I've got The Desk to read next!

Dolores O'Laughlin
Parker, CO


I'm loving New Pictures of an Old Murder!!!  Try the Christian book stores.  Maybe it will wake up a few self-righteous people who do more to put off would-be Christians than anything else! I would like to see Val again and the kids.  Even her husband who just very briefly appeared in the book but was certainly supportive. 

Bev van Kirk
Littleton, CO


Enjoyed New Pictures of an Old Murder very much and now am anxious to visit Colorado and the places mentioned in your book!

Josephine Tullos Freshour, Photographer
Newport, TN


I'm reading New Pictures of an Old Murder now (got it a couple of days ago) and I can't put it down! I was holding my breath all through the prologue. Great stuff.

Barbara Alder Carter, Artist
Kingsport, TN


The Desk
I thoroughly enjoyed The Desk and the suspense kept me turning the page. I could see Jeagan rummaging through the file cabinets in the hotel in a clandestine manner; I felt her nervousness knowing she was being followed but couldn’t quite put her finger on it; I understood the anger she felt for both her dad and former fiancé for them not understanding her plight; I felt for Alan’s dad on the front porch as she explained why she was there.  I could go on and on with examples, but please know now I can’t wait to read Finding Alan.  All the twists and turns really kept my interest. This was such an enjoyable and satisfying read.

Sherry Perkins.
DeRidder, LA


I know...it's a one-woman conspiracy you're waging so that I don't get any sleep this week!  LOL! It is 3 a.m., and for the second night, I have read into the night....finding The Desk to be a page turner I could not put down.  I just finished it and dragged myself out of bed to tell you how much I enjoyed reading it!  The best part is...I have yet to start on Finding Alan....it's sort of like enjoying the heck out of Masterpiece Theater, only to discover when the episode is over...the next episode follows immediately after!  Woo hoo!

Betty M.
Arlington, TN


I finished The Desk. The intriguing plot keeps the reader engaged...good job.

Ramona Ballard Gillespie
Heber Springs, AR


Just finished The Desk, and it, too, was full of mystery, Colorado and Memphis, and a great ending. I also found humor included, which makes it even better. You are a super writer!

Marilyn Bevell Lunsford, Teacher
Cordova, TN


I just finished The Desk and I really enjoyed it. Jeagan is a great character and I'm looking forward to her next adventure. Please let me know when the sequel is available. I can't wait to see what happens in her search for Alan. I really like your writing style and would like to read your other books also.

Ron Ferrari
Memphis, TN


Just finished reading your book The Desk and totally enjoyed it.  You are a very gifted writer.  Just to give you a laugh, I read a good part of the book while waiting in line to get my car inspected (am sure you remember doing that a few times), and thanks to the book didn't mind the 1 1/2 hour wait at all. Tonight I will be starting New pictures of an Old Murder and can't wait to see the twist and turns that one takes. 

Ruth Dunlap Ludwig
Memphis, TN


I am about halfway through The Desk. I didn't want to put it down last night, but David told me to take the book off my face and turn out the light, I was snoring. It is so good, and I love reading about the different places in Memphis. Things we take for granted, seeing them all the time, are so interesting when seen through someone else's eyes.

Anne Koehler Barre
Cordova, TN


I just finished The Desk.  All I can say is WOW.   I Loved it.  You are a great writer.  I can't wait to pick up the next one.  I was absolutely thrilled to get your books (for Christmas) and feel VERY proud to have them signed by the fabulous author.  

Missy Scruggs
Memphis, TN


I really liked your The Desk. I actually read it twice. Kept my attention and that is pretty good seeing I think I have ADD.

Dale Ray
Memphis, TN


I received your three books in the mail yesterday. I have already finished The Desk. I couldn't put it down, until I found out what happened....lol  Very good book, can't wait to get to New Pictures of an Old Murder and The Other Side of Time.

Mary Greer
Memphis, TN


If you haven't read The Desk you missed something good. I just ordered the others today. She definitely beats old John (Grisham) in my book. Same style but he loses me some times and I always want to fill in the gaps with the facts. He uses too much that is fact and doesn't finish it. If I know all the facts, I want the good juicy stuff in there, too.

Rita Thompson
Houston, MS


Turner's writing flows effortlessly from beginning to end. From its historical flashbacks to modern day mystery-solving, The Desk was a pleasure to read.

T. Shaw, Attorney
Jackson, MS


The Desk was such an exciting book from start to finish. Once I started reading the book I just could not put it down. Highly recommend. I am so excited about reading her new book, New Pictures of an Old Murder!! Keep up the great writing!

Paula Gunter
Brandon, MS


I must commend the talents of Jonna Turner!!!! I just completed The Desk and found myself unable to put it down. I liked it so much that I had to purchase her next book, New Pictures of an Old Murder, right away and can't wait to start reading it. The Desk is an easy read and goes at a fast pace from start to the edge-of-your-seat end!!!! A+++

Jeffrey Burge
Jackson, MS


In this mystery novel, The Desk, events surrounding a 50-year-old murder are flashed before Jeagan Christensen's eyes when she sits at her recently acquired antique desk. Haunted by the murder scene, Jeagan travels to Memphis where her life promptly turns into a nightmare. It has to stop; and she's the only person who can make it happen.

The setting in Memphis centers on the famous Peabody Hotel. The Peabody is an old, elegant hotel in downtown Memphis and is best known for its ducks that live in the lobby fountain. The story is about two WW II lovers, one a Memphis socialite, the other a farmer's son. The scenes shift masterfully from WW II to the present. Enough to keep one guessing…. This book is by local author Jonna Turner. Turner is an experienced writer in many areas. She has done technical and promotional writing and has three novels to her credit. She is currently working on a fourth.

Bill Flentje, Publisher
Buy Colorado newspaper


Set in the modern day, but with haunting flashbacks to the mid-1900s, The Desk is a film-noir of a novel whose heroine, Jeagan Christensen, is forced by visions to become one gutsy gal in quest of answers. A piece of furniture, which comes into her possession as an antique, also brings with it the antiquity of an unrequited murder. It is the murder of an innocent, as Jeagan discovers in her quest, that was covered up to retain the honor of a class-conscious family. Against odds, which would daunt even the seasoned professional, Jeagan rushes forth in total ignorance of her amateur stature to put meat on the bones of an old skeleton that refuses to remain in the closet. For those who like mysteries, this is one to read for sure.

Ed Beall, Author of The Skull of Bogan Rio
Memphis, TN


I truly enjoyed your wonderful book, The Desk. What a page turner—I finished it in a day! It is now nestled on our ‘American authors’ shelf between Calvin Trillin and Anne Tyler! They were very accepting.

Mona Kreitner, Professor of Music History at University of Memphis, who has also recorded original scores for the films Love Under Siege, Sarkici, and Aphrodisiac


Rear Window enters The Twilight Zone in this whodunit (The Desk) that spans generations and social strata. Meet Jeagan Christensen, a young lady who appears to possess it all: good looks, a wealthy father, an ambitious fiancé. But this charming little scenario shatters the moment she sits at The Desk. Cue: do-do-do-do music...I enjoyed reading about a mystery heroine with real flaws, for a change, although at the beginning she almost comes across as being too flawed—in her role as a doormat to her jerk of a fiancé—to be sympathetic. The Rear Window component to this tale shines forth in the sense of someone with zany ideas that no one believes, crippled, in Jeagan’s case by her ignorance, yet determined to be proven right. And, as in Rear Window, being proven right almost earns Jeagan a one-way ticket to the Memphis morgue.

Kim Headlee, author of DAWNFLIGHT: The Legend of Guinevere
Pocket Books


I enjoyed your book so much (The Desk) and…I do not read fiction much. You do a great job describing the places, people and things. I’m so impressed! Reading your descriptions of the places makes me want to go to some of them and “re-look.” I could not guess how the book would end. However the ending was exciting and leaves you an opening for a sequel. 

LaVerne T. Gurley, Author, Introduction to Radiologic Technology, 5th ed.
Memphis, TN


You witch! I got in bed last night and started reading your book (The Desk). It was 2:00 before I finally had to put it down and go to sleep. When I woke up this morning, I had to finish reading it before I came to work!

Susan Embry-Busch., Tech Writer
Baltimore, MD


I loved your book! Read it (The Desk) on a trip from Salt Lake to Las Vegas to LA. When will the sequel be done? I want copies for my mom, my sister, and my aunt—whose husband is a retired Warner Brothers executive.

Matt Case, Tech Writer
Los Angeles, CA


I loved your book (The Desk)! Your writing is similar to John Grisham—and I love Grisham! When will the sequel be out?

Amy Gladding
 Key West, FL


Loved The Desk! Hurry up and do the sequel!

Jo Tullos Freshour, Photographer
 Newport, TN


What a great read!  I really enjoyed it (The Desk) and can't wait for the next. You do have what it takes to go 'all the way'--so just do it!

Chris Plant, Event Specialty Planning, LLC
Castle Rock, CO


Deftly handled plot twists abound in Jonna Turner's, The Desk, her first foray into the mystery genre. Whodunit aficionados will eagerly seek out the next suspense novel from this accomplished storyteller.

Karen Woodward, Director of Sales, Westcliffe Publishing
Littleton,
CO


I just wanted to let you know that I borrowed your book (The Desk) from my friend, Shawn Cross, this weekend. I must tell you that I am not one to sit and read a book, but I could not put this one down until I finished it. I just wanted to let you know that I found it to be great reading and I hope that there is a part 2. I am curious to see if she does find Alan.

Wendy Shropshire, HP Consulting Coordinator
Sacramento, CA


I loved your book! If you haven't sent out press releases, we will gladly do that for you to help you promote The Desk. Plus, I want copies for friends and family! Can't wait for the sequel! By the way, your book has made for some nice Christmas presents--I've gotten two rave reviews already from friends.

Vickie Thomas, President, Thomas-Martin & Associates
Littleton, CO


I read The Desk!  I can't wait to see the sequel, but it sounds like you have got a big list of ones to write. I found your book at Barnes and Noble. I think there were 3 copies on the shelf. Keep up the great work.

Nancy Ream, President, FedEx Pilots’ Wives Association
Memphis, TN


I thought it was about time that I tell YOU how much I enjoyed The Desk.  I have been telling everyone else, so I thought it only right to sit down and tell you!  I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and hated that it was over so quickly.  Hopefully, you have a sequel in mind.

 Lynette Mulert
Collierville, TN


I finished your book (The Desk) and I loved it!  But I want to ‘go’ on the search for Alan so I hope you are writing a sequel that will have that story!  I can't wait to read your next novel.

Sue Kurtz, Sheriff
San Juan County, CO


Your book cost me half a night’s sleep! Got into it and had to finish. I love a good mystery. I follow Kellerman, Connelly, and that group. I really enjoyed The Desk, and presently two of my granddaughters are reading it. Keep me posted on your next book.

 Carol Hartquist
Syracuse, NY


I just wanted to send you a note that I have just finished reading The Desk. I brought it with me to Chicago, I read it on the plane and had to finish in at the hotel before I could do anything else. I wanted to know the rest of the story. I enjoyed the book very much and it definitely retained my interest. I also enjoyed the reference to people and places I know, and the big telco client:) I plan to pass the book on to my friends to read as well. I think they will enjoy it very much. Great job and I really enjoyed the read. Congratulations.

Hollie Pryor, Project Manager, Hewlett-Packard
Denver, CO


I enjoyed The Desk so much.  Once I started I was hooked.  Have you considered a sequel telling the story of the search for Alan?

 Jeanie Kruse
Parker, CO


Just a quick note to let you know I just finished your book (The Desk). LOVED IT! I think you just need the right break and are as good as they come. Of course, I
always enjoyed the stories you wrote when we were teenagers too. I sat down and
read the book straight through, couldn't put it down. Now we need you to write
another one so we can find out if Isabel ever finds her long lost son.    

Vicki King
Beech Grove, IN


Once I started The Desk, I couldn't put it down.  Every time I tried to put it down, I kept wondering what was happening to Jeagan and had to go pick it up again and keep reading!  Does she ever find Alan?  

Pam Brown
Castle Rock, CO


Read your book (The Desk) and enjoyed it immensely.  Certainly is quite a cut above that gal who writes the Alphabet Mysteries. 

 Bev Van Kirk
Littleton, CO

 

 

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