Every Life Needs a Little Mystery
Every Life Needs a Little Mystery

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Reviews for Crossing the Centerline

This is a great who-dun-it, with perfect pacing and enough action to keep you turning the pages into the wee hours of the night. But it's the characters that really stand out and stay with you long after the story has been told. I felt like I was part of one of the best Friends episodes. Carl, Sharon, Mike, Maggie...I want buddies like that! Give us another one soon, Allan.


Deb Baker, author

Gertie Johnson Murder Mystery series

CROSSING THE CENTERLINE is an enjoyable investigative tale starring an ensemble cast of professional and amateur sleuths in which each of the teammates are unique and fully developed. The story line is fast-paced from the opening sequence of Michael finding the dangling leg sticking out of the water by the boat and never slows down even when romantic coupling begins to occur.

 

Harriet Klausner, Genre Go Round

Reviews for Crossing the Stateline

Crossing the Stateline has echoes of Evanovich.  Ansorge's wit alone is worth the read, but there's a lot more here than that.  Buy this book!

 

Reed Farrel Coleman

Three time Shamus Award-winning author of "Innocent Monster"

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In every person there is a story to be told.

 

If you have ever started reading a book and quit after less than 25 pages because you know you could have written a better story than that.

 

If you have thought of a great story that you were sure people would want to read if only you could find someone to write it. You might be just right for the job.

 

 

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