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Five-star review from Goodreads Top Reviewer Jeffrey D. Keeten:

“You can read this story just for the plot and thoroughly enjoy yourself, or you can delve deeper into the story by stopping and reading the letters that Walker Smith has strewn along the road that will guide you through the canyons and down the arroyo to sip at the river of truth. You can certainly say that she is a writer, a novelist, but if you want to be precise, you should say that Walker Smith is a consummate storyteller. The Houston Homer still gifted with (in)sight.” 

Read the entire review, along with Mr. Keeten’s interview of Walker Smith here.