Duress Circle V2

Duress Circle V2

by Geoffrey Schmitt

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151492003
Publisher: Geoffrey Schmitt
Publication date: 03/26/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 340
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

The Rev. Dr. Geoffrey Schmitt was born in rural Pennsylvania and raised in the small town of Bath, New York. He comes from a family of avid readers and writers. His aunt, Gladys Schmitt, was on the Best Seller list for many years in the 1950s. His brother, Nick Barrett, is a singer song writer whose work is also on Amazon.

Dr. Geoff has been an Episcopal priest for over 35 years and served churches across the country from New England to Arizona, Florida, and Louisiana. Most recently he has served in Lutheran congregations. He is a student of Personality Type and his dissertation is Personality Type as a Road Map to Spirituality. Dr. Geoff has written many songs and poems as well as books, on marriage, and relationships. He is now retired from active ministry and devoting more time to writing.

He lives with his wife, parrots, and papillions outside of Shreveport La. His hobbies include, playing several instruments, chess, origami, and travel.

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Duress Circle V2 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
mrb2 More than 1 year ago
A tale of intrigue and suspense, The Duress Circle keeps you turning the page until the very end. The story encompasses the operation of a maximum security prison, and the lives within…from employees to inmates. It gives the reader a glimpse of life and challenges on the “inside.” The Rev. Dr. Schmitt’s writing makes for an easy read although not clean, most likely due to the topic. One drawback is the lack of structure of the book. It leaps from one short scene to another, character to character with little warning. While this makes it entertaining to read, it’s confusing and leads to a lack of connection to the characters and plot. And a glossary may benefit those who are ignorant of prison jargon. The Duress Circle captures the imagination. If you don’t mind a little profanity, and would like a good story, this one’s for you. I give it three stars.