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Reader Reviews: For the Sake of all Others

July 26th, 2013 Evelyn Cole

Reviewer: William Flynn from USA

FOR THE SAKE OF ALL OTHERS was a wonderful read. A masterful blend of mystery, suspense and real life drama. It is a rare talent that can present an issue like teenage suicide co-mingled with blatant school administration politics, a torrid love affair and the justifications of a runaway wife. While doing this she brings the reader to Australia and back. Evy Cole’s novel takes us from the small town antics of seaside California to the expanse of the Outback and the trip is one of intrigue. Throughout the book she keeps the issue of the teenager’s suicide questioned until finally the reason comes forth to shock us. She handles community issues and love affairs as well as John Updike did in his work of the 1960’s, but adds a modern twist for the modern reader.

Reviewer: Janice Stolinovich

“Just wanted to let you know I’ve been reading your novel. Reading and reading and reading. It’s outstanding. It puts me through every emotion known to mankind. I’ve been crying and laughing and crying. I can’t put the book down.”

Reviewer: Bettieshaw@austarnet from Mt Warren Park, Queensland Australia.

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was enthralling and fast moving. The scenery was spectacular and I particularly liked the inner torment as experienced by Hal Martin. I could visualize each character and scene and would recommend this book to any reader of quality fiction. Good on ya Evy Cole

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