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Monday, March 08, 2021

Loch Raven Review on Jadeite: So many surprises and discoveries!

Loch Raven Review published a review of The Color of Jadeite in which Editor Dan Cuddy compares the novel to the thrillers of Steve Berry.

“The two qualities that distinguish Eric D. Goodman’s entertaining novel The Color of Jadeite, a page-turning thriller, are the ingenuity of the plot and the almost travel book settings in which the frenetic characters explore for clues to the hidden treasure of a one-of-a-kind ancient jadeite tablet.”

LRR goes on to say, “It would be great to reveal the twists of the plot in the story, and praise the artistry in surprising the reader, but the less said the better on this. The individual reader should have their own experience.”

Cuddy writes that he hopes there will be more Clive Allan adventures to come. “The novel is pure escapist fiction, which is needed in these days of real-world turmoil.”

Read the full review in Loch Raven Review.





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