The Long Fall from Grace

The Long Fall from Grace

by Craig Petree

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ISBN-13: 9781604948363
Publisher: Wheatmark
Publication date: 11/28/2012
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.54(d)

About the Author

Craig Petree was a police officer for twenty-six years in California, now retired. He has been married for thirty-one years, and he and his wife have two grown children.

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The Long Fall from Grace 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only, if NOOK can make it work that is. MW
gogrannygo2 More than 1 year ago
Very well written!! Absolutely Brilliant Content Definitly Exciting!! I really enjoyed the story within the story. I especially liked the story of the family running for their lives. I highly recommend this book!!! I had to go buy another one because my husband kept taking my copy!! Well worth the read!! 5 Stars
JohnPetree More than 1 year ago
Long Fall From Grace is a fine achievement for my brother. I have tried to review all the works of Craig objectively and I will continue that. After waiting patiently for several months I finally began the journey through his first published work, not knowing whether I would be even more proud or embarrased. There is no need for embarrasement with Long Fall From Grace. This is a well written, uniquely put together and unfortunately reads to easily. I found the three stories within the story a concept that I enjoyed immensely. Each story stands alone yet intertwines brilliantly as you will see. The storyline is continued throughout and each character was developed well. There was a surprise twist in the final story that was probably not highlighted well enough, but see if you too catch it. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and it lends itself very well to a sequel. I found myself thinking, so what's the final outcome, do they survive or are they conquered. This leaves the reader wanting more so well done Craig. The areas that I would have wanted some change in are, develop a few or the characters at a slower pace, take some of the gore out and the segways should be a bit smoother but other than that, the story is developing slowly and completely which I like. The characters are developed well and I personally know them by the time I was finished and the writing style is magnificent. You slide through the book so easily, the only perception you feel is that you want more. Well done brother!