Stonebridge Secretby David Moore
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October, 1962. On a chilly afternoon in Stonebridge, New York, Alex Spencer discovers a dark secret about the parish priest he has revered all of his life. This discovery shatters Alex’s faith and launches an insatiable thirteen-year quest for revenge that threatens to derail his friendships, his career, and his chances of winning the girl he loves.
When Alex reaches the pinnacle of influence, he must choose to forgive or lose everything. Regardless of his choice, he is powerless to stop the forces of vengeance already put in motion. And the outcome is not at all what he envisioned.
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David Moore is a native of Western New York and grew up in a small village much like the fictional village of Stonebridge. He lives in Florida with his wife, Michele.
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This novel managed to draw me into its fold immediately with main characters that were filled with gritty reality. I read each chapter attempting to predict the events to come and was happily surprised to find the story was far from predictable at all. Well worth the time it takes to read as it'll keep readers engrossed with the turn of each page.
I really enjoyed this book and couldn't put it down. Great job on your first novel! I was impressed!
Great book and story, hard to put down once you start to read it
Intriguing plot with strong characters and a surprise ending. Excellent read, especially for a first time novelist. What made it extra fun to read is that I live in Spencerport, NY hometown of the author and was to read references to local area streets, attractions. I heard about the book from neighbors who raved about the book.
Great read. Page turner. 5 stars!!!
This the first book I've read in a while. I couldn't put it down.
I had trouble laying this book down. I would say this is one of the best books I've read in a long time. It is diffently a must have in your collection a good reads. Planning on reading it again this Winter..YES it's that good.