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J.G. said:   May 28, 2013 4:51 pm PST
Just got home from our trip Friday night and your new book was waiting for me. .Of course, I opened it to read just a few pages, and already I’m captured!, and now I can’t wait to really get into it. Unfortunately, I haven’t got time right now to read it, and I dare not begin, thinking I’ll just read a little, because I know your books too well – they won’t let go, and I’ll find myself, blurry- and red-eyed, still reading this time tomorrow!. If I can’t get to it sooner, we’ll be flying back to Florida the last part of June, and it will be my reading companion on that trip....

Nic R. said:   February 4, 2013 11:43 am PST
How have you been? I do hope you're doing well. I am glad to hear that you're busy writing. I have to say that the suspense elements were fantastic and you have an amazing voice! But, I just didn't wholly connect with the characters. You really are incredibly talented so, please don't let my response deter you in any way.

Mike Hopper (Retired CPD) said:   April 9, 2012 8:10 am PST
Happened upon your web page Kenn. Guess we go back to a time when neither of us was too crazy about writing. How things have changed. Congratulations on your accomplishments and best wishes for the future.

Gene said:   February 4, 2012 11:37 am PST
Volume 1 of In A Pig's Eye Trilogy was a very good read. So much so, that I purchased Volumes 2 & 3 this morning at the Book Showcase at Lake Miona. Look forward to finishing the trilogy.

Janaye said:   January 6, 2012 12:49 am PST
I can't believe I've been going for years wiothut knowing that.

Deborah said:   December 17, 2011 12:31 pm PST
I read all three of your books in the "In a Pig's Eye" trilogy. Loved them. You know my dad and step mom, Charles and Sylvia Durham. Daddy let me borrow his copies of your books to read and I read and enjoyed. I don't always like police stories especially in book form, but I loved yours. I surprisingly didn't like the police show William Shatner was on, even tho I like William Shatner. But I liked your books. I would like to read more. You got any more? The last book had me squawling over the death of that one police officer Gary and the police dog too. But I got over it and enjoyed the books anyway. I have published Christian poetry and have three chapter books for kids and a picture book for kids that I'm marketing. I hope and pray I can get them published. All for now. Keep writing, you are a great writer. But do get some better people to fix the typos. My computers are down, unfixable, shot motherboards, so I'm on borrowed one briefly. Pray I can get new computer soon. Hard to do on disability income but I need it for online ministry and writing. I'm a craftsman for Christ, I craft with words and sometimes with art too. God bless!

Garth said:   August 17, 2011 5:44 am PST
I have read all three of the first books. God has given you a gift. I always knew you had a wild imagination, and a gift of gab. I am so glad you are putting that talent to good use. I read most of the books while waiting in public places like restaurants, doctorâ??s offices, cars service, and etc. It is a good thing I read portions of Volume 3 at home. Chapter 23 was so intense and moving I busted out crying. Glad that did not happen in public.

Jan said:   August 15, 2011 2:45 pm PST
Took "Sand Bunker Murders" with me to read on an overseas flight. Good thing that I had a long, uninterrupted time to read it, because I would never have been able to put it down otherwise! Don't know when the author's next book is coming out, but I'll be one of the first in line to get it.

Salliw B said:   August 10, 2011 12:58 pm PST
First, I'll tell you I won't be bringing them back, my sister's got them. You were honest, when you said you 'cut your writing teeth' on vol 1. The writing was okay, but the story line kept me reading . Then I wanted to know about the girl in the library so I started Vol2. Much better, you'd been to school, and what a fantastic read. But Vol 3, was masterful, the passion, and the revelations of life! I am so glad I didn't set the first one aside. I've got your first mystery on order and am looking forward to it. See you at Book Fair 2012

Jan G. said:   April 1, 2011 6:30 pm PST
"The Beat Goes On" is another great book. I couldn't stay away from it -- picked it up every free minute I had until I'd finished it. You pulled me into the story until I found myself worrying about the characters even when I wasn't reading! I hate to see the trilogy end but am glad there are more books from you to look forward to. Keep 'em coming!

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