Free eBook Lydia's Family download

by Romana Guillotte

Free eBook Lydia's Family download ISBN: 0595676677
Author: Romana Guillotte
Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (June 23, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 210
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
Size MP3: 1527 mb
Size FLAC: 1580 mb
Rating: 4.7
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But a mysterious and threatening note arrives along with the invitation to her sister's wedding, telling her that now might be the time to go home. Along with her two partners, the quiet former detective, Beauregard "Beau" Theodosius Jenkins III, and the obnoxious Robert "Bo" Parker, a former Marine, she finally returns to her hometown

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Undercover investigator Lydia Ellen Parsons hasn’t been home to Shoreditch Plains in years—thirteen years, to be exact. But a mysterious and threatening note arrives along with the invitation to her sister’s wedding, telling her that now might be the time to go home.

Along with her two partners, the quiet former detective, Beauregard “Beau” Theodosius Jenkins III, and the obnoxious Robert “Bo” Parker, a former Marine, she finally returns to her hometown. Just as LP and her cohorts arrive, the future in-laws of the bride decide to take over the Parson family and gain control over their sphere of influence, prompting her grandfather to hire LP and her partners to investigate.

In the chaotic world of the Parson Compound, LP forgets to mention to her friends that her family is anything but average—they’re a mafia family.

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Butius
I've known the author of Lydia's Family since she was working laboriously over the manuscript at Starbuck's in Las Vegas -- while she was going to college, working a day job and studying music. Romana's quite young for a first time novelist and this novel is indicative of the great promise the twenty something author shows.

As the author of four novels, a non fiction book and a collection of twenty three short stories, I have some insight into what it takes to write, edit and publish a book pretty much on your own, which is what Ms. Guillotte has accomplished superbly. Few of us do it yourselfers can afford an editor, so the book lacks complete precision in terms of typography and grammar - that's to be expected. However, the characterization, the dialogue, the use of language and plot do not suffer from similar problems. Nor does the humor and pathos.

As I read the book, I kept wondering how this author came to have such a grasp of human nature and human emotion in such a relatively short life span. Of course, we are aquainted, but not well enough for me to appreciate how she came to be so sociologically analytical and down right wise. So you can imagine my delight in discovering this new talent!

I'm sure Lydia's Family will be an entertaining and pleasurable read for anyone who can appreciate what a monumental triumph this young author has achieved, and I highly recommend it. As I read the seventy thousand word novel, I kept thinking about what fine works Ms. Guillotte will produce in the coming years with gleeful expectation.

As Zamiatin remarked, "It is that true literature can exist only where it is created, not by diligent, reliable officials, but by madmen, hermits, heretics, dreamers, rebels and skeptics." Surely, Romana is one of these.
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Wow, get this book, she's a great Author, what else can I say!!!!!!!!