Hello, Friends,

Did you figure out that the title of this post is a palindrome (a word, phrase or sequence of numbers or letters that reads the same backwards as it does forward)?

A while back, I introduced you to a blogger buddy of mine, Craig Boyack.  Well, since then, his novel, Panama, has been published, and WOW! it’s a good one!

In a nutshell, the book goes something like this:  (Actually, it goes exactly like this:)

Ethan and Coop are sent to the construction zone along the Panama Canal. They have some experience with strange phenomenon, but nothing prepared them for this.

They’re faced with civil war, Carlist pretenders to the thrones of France and Spain, an invading Spanish army, and another from Hell itself. They’ll be lucky to survive, let alone take care of anything while they’re down there.

This story is based upon the construction of the canal, Panamanian independence, international cooperation, and a few celebrity cameos. Even the magic takes on an international flavor.

Ghosts and Voodoo are one thing, but they have no idea what waits along the isthmus.

Now, if that’s not worth reading, I don’t know what is.  You can find it on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K7Q949A 

If you don’t follow Craig’s Blog yet, you’re only cheating yourself.  The fact that he entitled his blog “Entertaining Stories” is definitely an understatement.  He not only puts an entertaining spin on every day events, but he also actually interacts with characters from his books on such a clever level, that it truly entices his followers to want to know more.  See ya there!

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