A Review of Cast the First Stone by David James Warren
Thank you to the talented trio of authors David Curtis Warren, James L. Rubart, and Susan May Warren for the absolute honor of being on your launch team.
This novel is the kind of fiction you want to ask your friends-shoot, even literary strangers in a bookstore, have you read this one yet?
It has the gripping tension of a well-crafted suspense novel, time-travel which gently rips you from one period of time and plants you firmly in another, and riveting characters.
This is the brainchild of authors David Curtis Warren, Susan May Warren, and James L. Rubart. When I finished the novel, a gasp left my mouth. And, I am clamoring to read the next in this total of 6 book series.
Read it, that's my advice to you. You'll be thrilled you did. I can't say enough about the novel. It's excellence in literature.
Ex-Minneapolis Police Detective Rembrandt Stone walked away from a career he loved—just the price of being sure he can come home to the wife and daughter he cherishes. But he can’t shake the deep regret over a case left behind.
When his mentor, the former Chief of Homicide dies and leaves Rembrandt with a box of cold cases and a mysterious watch, he finds himself thrust into a world he recognizes—a world from twenty years ago—the same world he’s woken from in a cold sweat a hundred times. But is it a dream, or some kind of twisted reality?
If he solves the case that plagues him, and justice is finally served, will it destroy the life he loves?
Strap in for a mind-bending, time travel thrill ride in Book One of this riveting new series, The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone.
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