Hello to all members. I am a new member, also an avid reader and an author. I write novels with crime, mystery, suspense, noir... My current titles are: "Crossroads," "The Raven Affair," "Fear!," "Tunnel/The Lost Diary" and "Coma Sins/The Madness of Ben Bluman." I am working on the sequel for "Tunnel/The Lost Diary." ‘Coma Sins’ was published before the Colorado tragedy, although it is treating a similar case.
My favorites are books by Baldacci, Grisham, Paretsky… I liked Palahniuk in his ‘Fight Club’ too.
Steven at www.snedelton.com.
5 STARS Excellent fast paced thriller September 6, 2012
By L. Gehman
Format:PaperbackTUNNEL / The Lost Diary by Steven Nedelton is a fast paced thriller set in 1960's America. The mess all starts in Latvia at the end of WWII when a soldier steals two heavy suitcases and goes AWOL. Nearly 20 years later when the soldier and his accomplices feel safe, the contents of the suitcases suddenly become very important and sought after by a number of organizations.
Nedelton keeps the reader guessing throughout the book as the plot twists and turns in several unexpected directions. My only complaint is that the ending leaves too many loose ends. But this could be corrected with a sequel.
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