By Jerry Snodgrass
Paperback: 228 pages
Publisher: Outskirts Press (November 26, 2007)
Forgotten Honor is a great book that fuses his international travel with the authors experiences of war time to create a story of global suspense, murder, and romance. Follow Blake Tanner, as he travels around the world looking for clues in the death of a friend. He is definitely a man you want on your side. He is dangerous yet honest, intelligent yet loving, alert yet compassionate. Following clue, Tanner is led to places in the United States and beyond, including England, Spain, and Greece. The settings are beautifully described, showing the author’s knowledge and love these different locals.
Author Jerry Snodgrass has done a magnificent job in attention to detail with his characters and his descriptions of cities and surroundings. His love of travel and these amazing cities shines through with each turning page. You can also sense his love of these characters, especially Blake Tanner, as he shows both the strong manly sides as well as, his soft, romantic side. The author has done a wonderful job incorporating this suspenseful tale with his passion of global destinations, which allows you to enjoy not only the story, but the people and the places. This book is great for anyone wanting a suspenseful novel with an international flair.
About The Author
Jerry Snodgrass is a Killeen, Texas based author. He is an adventurous retired Vietnam Veteran, and an international traveler. His passion for thrilling adventure and the Old West inspired him to write his first novel "FRONTIER JUSTICE." He provides the same thrilling adventure with "FORGOTTEN HONOR," an international fiction/suspense and romance novel that takes place in many of the same locations that he worked and lived in. His third novel "MOMENTS TO REMEMBER 1957," is a novel dedicated to his high school graduating class of 1957.
From The Honor
This story is dedicated to those brave military men and women who served in Southeast Asia and Korea, and to the memory of those who gave their lives for their country. Let your HONOR NOT BE FORGOTTEN.