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Is Hitler’s Dream Still Alive? The More Things Change by Perry Prete @PerryPreteBooks

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I have been reading Perry Prete’s Ethan Tennant series and loving it. His covers are simple, but the stories inside are not. Are you ready for some thrills? Put your thinking cap on and let’s dive into the mystery in The More Things Change.

Cover by John Tkachuk

The More Things Change (Ethan Tennant Series) by [Prete, Perry]

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MY REVIEW

I love that Perry Prete’s stories are inspired by his real life career as a paramedic in Ottawa and his passion for his work shines through his words.

A man is down at Parliament Hill and they are being tight lipped about their response. WTF Tennant, a paramedic in Ottawa, had been hand picked to respond, but for what and why? Galen, his cop friend, was there too. What had they gotten into?

Since the loss of his wife, Maddy, he had changed. He would have never acted impulsively. We all know that life goes on and now Ethan has a new girl, Becky. She had left, but is now back. She couldn’t stay away. I love his friends and would wish for the same.

Lots of action. Domestic violence, over doses and an attack by the bad guys that knew Ethan Tennant had something they wanted.

The story took a sharp turn and it took me to a very scary, frightening place, where all the guys are bad ones. but Ethan is cool, calm and collected with this latest confrontation.

“You’re a shit magnet, you know!” That does describe Ethan to a T. Trouble seems to be his middle name.

Well Perry…another fabulous thriller that had me looking around corners, over my shoulder and wanting Ethan by my side as danger ramps up, seeing how he manages to make it through…with bumps and bruises.

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of The More Things Change by Perry Prete.

Animated Animals. Pictures, Images and Photos4 Stars

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