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February 2015 - Midwest Book Review
Senior Reviewer Able Greenspan featured a review of Three Dragons Doomed in the February 2015 (current edition) of the online book review magazine "MBR (Midwest Book Review) Bookwatch".
Critique: Simply stated, Keith Donnelly is a master of the mystery/suspense genre with a truly impressive ability to craft complex storylines and populate them with truly memorable characters. The fifth volume in the Donald Youngblood mystery series, "Three Dragons Doomed" is a solid entertainment from first page to last and highly recommended for personal reading lists and community library collections. It should be noted that "Three Dragons Doomed" is also available in a Kindle edition ($9.99).
Synopsis and review can be found at the following link:
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The necessity for another book review magazine was simple. We have more new reviewers, are receiving more books, and consequently are getting more reviews than ever before in our 30 year history. So many more reviews that our "MBR Bookwatch" was becoming truly massive. So very large in fact, that it was becoming less and less "user friendly" with each passing month.