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Bang’s Second Book Review!! They are coming in

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BANG is available on Amazon in paperback and on Kindle, Barnes and Noble.com and The Nook, iBooks, Sony Ereader, Smashwords.com for all other ereaders.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Twisted Tale, March 13, 2011
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This review is from: Bang (Paperback)
“Bang” caught my eye on Twitter, with its catchy title and
attention-getting synopsis. This novel for grown-ups hurls the
reader into a small world of a few lamentable characters caught
up in a complex dilemma that intensifies all the way to the dramatic
end. The non-fatal shooting of a man begins the collision course of
events that expose common social disasters affecting marital,
parent/child, and adult relationships as well as the desire for
revenge. The story moves fast, and as the chapters flow, the
curiosity grows despite the flawed characters. I recommend
this novel highly to adults looking for a well-written, twisted,
entertaining story.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Leaves you hanging till the very end, March 7, 2011
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This review is from: Bang (Paperback)

Bang by William Butler is fantastic thriller, suspense, noir
fiction novel that plays great homage to classic hardboiled
crime fiction. The books starts off when the wife of Tim Jones,
who are in the middle of a separation, finds her husband shot in
the face. At first considered a suicide, clues begin to add that
Tim may have been shot by someone. The suspects are Frank,
Tim’s best friend who had an affair with his wife,Tim’s wife herself,
Shelley, and even Tim’s promiscuous, alcoholic, aging mother, Dina,
who hates Tim to the core. William Butler characters all to seem to
have their own motives to want Tim dead and he keeps you
guessing by giving hints that keep changing who you have as
your main suspect. Bang has been described as “a dirty version
of Clue” and it really lives up to that description. Hints are
placed throughout the book to who may be involved in the
attempted murder of Tim Jones but the true person behind
will keep you guessing till the very end. I recommend this
book written by an author who I think we will be hearing very
much of soon. Pick up Bang.

P.S. You will not be able to stop reading by the end of
Chapter Nine!

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