"All of Peter's books leave the reader with an inability to put the book down when you start reading it."
A man is rescued from a roadside gully deep in the Adirondack Mountains. When he awakes, he can't remember who he is. As he begins to recover physically, he realizes that whoever tried to kill him will try again. Can a man with no memory and few resources stay alive when powerful forces are determined to kill him?
"My only disappointment was leaving the characters behind when I finished the book."
|Publisher:||Expendable Man Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
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I have been fortunate to read all of Peter Pollak’s excellent mystery novels from, “The Expendable Man,” (his first book), “In the Game,” “Making the Grade,” and, “Last Stop on Desolation Ridge.” I have to; he’s my brother! And, he is older and bigger than I! Lol Regardless, each book has left me with a sense of pride. Yes of course because Peter is my brother, but more so because the books are quite honestly, good reads. Each book has a unique theme but they all have one common aspect which really appeals to me, Peter “gets the hook” in early. These are not those typical mystery novels that plod along trying one’s patience. The plots’ move quickly and the twists and turns keep one guessing until... Though I enjoyed each book, my favorite is “Last Stop on Desolation Row.” The story takes place in Gloversville, NY; a little town north of Albany, NY, where, the Pollaks were raised! But beyond being able to relate to that, this one suspenseful ride which Peter expertly ties together up and through its surprising conclusion. Pick up any of one of Peter Pollak’s books. You will be glad that you did.