Molly's Reviews

Storm KeeperStorm Keeper
J. Henry Warren
Xlibris Corporation

5 stars

Jake Turner is a tad nonplussed to discover his business bank account is down to zero. "If he's stolen from me again, I'll kill him." This Philly 'merger and acquisition' man has been hard at work putting his being and his professional life back together. Following Jake's divorce as well as the failure of his Wall Street career, Jake thought everything was at last beginning to come together. Due to a new alliance, he is again making money, more than he thought he might, and he has an odd but deliciously wealthy client. Things are looking up, Jake has not only gotten both his house and airplane back but his bank account has been filled with lots of money. Now Jake's partnership account is down to zero and Jake means to find out why. His search begins in Philadelphia, then moves to San Martin before ending up on the North Carolina coastal island of Ocracoke. Jake soon finds himself battling both the peculiarity inherent to violence and greed along with a Hurricane tracking straight for him.

In STORM KEEPER J. Henry Warren has produced a riveting work filled with complicity, adventure, conflict, treachery and greed. This first novel page turner will hold your interest from the opening lines right down to the last paragraph. STORM KEEPER is a novel filled with powerful, well developed characters, absorbing plot twists that keep you breathless and clever, credible dialogue. Writer Warren's Jake Turner character is a delight. Take a little of Steven King's taut fear producing writing in tandem with Erle Stanley Gardner artifice and you will have an idea of the treat in store for you on the pages of STORM KEEPER. Those of us who particularly enjoy thrillers can only hope writer Warren is hard at work on another Jake Turner mystery/thriller for us.

Delightful work, highly recommended




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