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Book Review and Radio Interview: A Place of Belonging by Bob Mustin

I'm a big fan of mystery and suspense novels and author Bob Mustin’s work; A Place of Belongingsatisfied my love for both. I had a difficult time putting this one down dear reader and I think you'll enjoy A Place of Belonging just as much if not more than I did.

 

 

I particularly enjoyed the dialogue between each of the characters. This dialogue wasn't strained or forced and just flowed so successfully that I actually felt like I was sitting in the diner, in Matties house or even in the backseat of the car road tripping along with Ginger Begay and Steven Banks.

 

 

I also enjoyed the zig zagging across the country Steven and Ginger undertook in search of the amnesiac Ginger's past. That journey reminded me of another great storytellers legendary work On the Road......yes, I just compared Mustin’s work to that of the legendary beat writer Jack Kerouac and I stand by this comparison.

 

 

 

If a book filled with suspense, mystery, intrigue and amazing dialogue is your cup of tea then you won't be disappointed with A Place of Belonging. I highly recommend it!

 

 

I enjoyed this book so much that I invited author Bob Mustin to join me on my nationally syndicated radio program. You're invited to listen to this interview here (begins at the 18 minute mark). You can purchase A Place of Belonging here. Bob has his main website here

 

 

Disclaimer: I received the electronic edition of this book free of charge from the author. In no way was I asked to give a favorable review nor was I asked to include this author on The Phil Naessens Show in exchange for said book