Tower by Ken Bruen and Reed Farrel Coleman

Tower by Ken Bruen and Reed Farrel Coleman explores friendship, loyalty, and deception through the points of view of best friends, Nick and Todd.  The co-authored story is divided into sections making the point of view always clear.  The stroy flows together well hitting the joint parts of the story with originality and without sacrificing either character's position in the story.  Nick and Todd are drawn into the service of a local criminal with reach beyond their city.  Their friendship is tested as they are drawn into the investigation into the criminal enterprise.  Deception strains their friendship as they search for their individual places in the world and in one another's lives.  Tower immerses the reader in a world of violence, loyalty, deception, and friendship that feels all too real.


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