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Oh me. Oh my. I have been looking forward to reading this book and it did not disappoint.
I started and finished this book in like, 2-3 hours. Honestly. It was a quick read that grabbed my attention from page 1 and I did not want to put it down.
If you have followed my book reviews on Life as Leels, you know that there is nothing I love more than a great “who done it” book and this was absolutely a gripping “who done it” book.
The book opens with a shooting that I found to be very attention grabbing and pulled me right into the situation. It was the opening of the stars – the perfect opening. And everything just kept moving forward from there with shootings and shady characters.
I figured out who the shooter was the same time Nathaniel did which really makes for a great book, but even once we figured it out; we had to know how it was all going to end.
If you like a good thriler – a good mystery trying to figure out who is guilty – I highly recommend picking up Ameriguns. It was a great, quick read that deserves to be read more than once!
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About the Author:
Scott King is an author and photographer. He was born in Washington D.C. and raised in Ocean City, Maryland. He received his undergraduate degree in film from Towson University, and his M.F.A. in film from American University.
“DAD! A Documentary Graphic Novel,” King’s first book was published in Fall ’09. He is also the creator and writer of “Holiday Wars.”
King is a game photographer based in Texas. His most common shoots are for websites, online stores, and for other marketing needs. He also produces an annual calendar that highlights board and other hobby games.
King was first introduced to the entertainment industry in high school when he was hired as a production assistant on “Runaway Bride.” At the time, he served as a reporter for the school newspaper and although another student was assigned the article about the movie King was determined to write it. He snuck into a press conference where Gary Marshall was meeting with local media, so that he could out-scoop his fellow student. Durring the meeting King asked a few questions about how the movie would affect bus routes and local businesses. The next day he was hired and he’s been working in the entrainment industry ever since.