Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Wednesday in Review: Larry Enright's A CAPE MAY DIAMOND

Author Larry Enright
When a story is so much fun to read, with entertaining vignettes along the way and a mystery or two tossed in for good measure, then it is the journey not the destination that becomes important. 

If the climax is as satisfying as the journey, the story leaves an indelible mark on the reader’s mind. After reading Larry Enright’s A Cape May Diamond, I decided his novel is just such a story, itself a precious gem. 

The author’s description of the novel: “A story of life, and a journey of a thousand years…” 
A novel set in New Jersey
during the 70s

I enjoyed every part of this story. If you find pleasure in walking the beach searching for diamonds, learning about New Jersey history in the 70s, or losing yourself in a novel that is part love story-part mystery, then you will want to check out Larry's novel: A Cape May Diamond. 

Larry Enright is the author of several novels, including his latest, The Blacker Death: An Ebola Thriller. All are available at


You can find Larry Enright and a list of his Internet Sites at:

The Independent Author Network (#IAN1)

No comments:

Post a Comment

Aloha and thank you for visiting today! All comments are welcome.
For those who prefer to comment via email: