Sunday, March 18, 2012

SlantedK’s Featurerama Book Promotion!

SlantedK’s Featurerama Book Promotion!

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There are some fantastic changes coming to the SlantedK site keep an eye out, Ya'll. Good times are abounding. If you have any interest in letting your hair down and guest blogging or getting your book included @ SlantedK’s Featurerama Book Promotion, contact DMK and let’s roll. 
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Daren Chambers, wealthy owner of a car dealership in Hawaii, has been shot. His beautiful wife, Sally, co-owner and business partner, is terrified. She's afraid that whoever killed Darren will be coming after her next—and she's right. She hires Dick and George, the Payne and Clark Detective Agency, to investigate the killing. The police may be working on the who, but Sally is worried about the why. The killer has the same idea, and Dick and George scramble to protect her from bombs on Oahu, stalkers on Maui, murder on the Big Island, and machine guns on Kauai.


The Dealership reminds me of my army tour in Hawaii. The landscape was the most vivid greens with multi-hued flowers everywhere. Breathtaking rocky cliffs of the Pali overlooked tropical jungle and the vast Pacific. The power and grandeur of nature were epitomized on the north shore by giant waves crashing on jagged rocks. Don G. Porter captures all of this in his rollicking mystery.
Ivan N. Pierce author
An Infantry Lieutenant's Vietnam
Missing in Cordova

A Great Read, March 7, 2012
By Ann L. Newman (Arizona) - See all my reviews
This review is from: The Dealership (Kindle Edition)
This is the first of Don G. Porter's books that I've read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you love a good detective story with an upbeat, somewhat humorous overtone, then I recommend this one for you. What really sold this one for me are the details about Hawaii and the crisp concise descriptions and dialogue.
“You don’t just spontaneously develop a fatal head wound.”
Detective Vega, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 

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