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The Disappearance of Robin Murat Review: POS023



“Sometimes you have to trust your gut…..sometimes that’s all you have left.” –

Gerald has written another epic mystery in the Carson Reno Mystery series, The Disappearance of Robin Murat. This author has the talent of keeping his readers wanting more as they receive more clues that Carson uncovers as he is hired to solve a missing person case. Carson’s clients, local and state police officers, and even gangsters trust that he will remain honest and work with integrity as he solves this case. Carson travels to New Orleans and discovers that his hypothesis to this missing person had to be changed. The clues to the investigation are not as “clear” as he has to dig deeper into the muddy waters in New Orleans. A bar in New Orleans becomes his temporary office as he works with a team of professionals that help him discover the story behind this missing person, Jake Furman. Will Carson and his team be able to figure it out before its too late?

Go to the author’s website to learn more about his books:http://www.geraldwdarnell.com/

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The Truth About Hannah White: Interview with Mason Pratt POS-008



Novels are just stories and good lawyers are great storytellers.”  Mason Pratt

Imagine a beautiful small town that is located in Maine where people are able to find a connection with nature. This is shattered when a terrible crime has taken place that has taken a life of a seventeen-year-old girl. Hannah’s lifeless body was found in a shallow grave. The main character, Sam Morse, is a warden and finds himself searching for evidence, and clues that will lead him to the killer. The author, Mason Pratt, will take readers on a mysterious journey with the characters as they experience faith, forgiveness, love, and how to grow as a person through a relationship. The description of each character and settings are so vivid that the reader will be able to visualize and imagine the scenes as they unfold. Yes, this mystery story proves that lawyers are great storytellers!

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