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"This is one of those books that makes you laugh, cry, reminisce, want to run into the novel to try and save the day and much more. REICHOLD STREET, by Ronald L. Herron is a must-read for people of all ages. The storyline is set in 1962 and is written about a family who moves to the fictional Reichold Street, told from a number of character perspectives.
According the author's Prologue, the concept started out as short stories. Herron created smooth connections from story-to-story and, by doing so, the tale morphed into a powerful novel. He created intense emotion that connects and binds all the characters. The unique perspectives of those characters highlight how we can all see the same thing and still tell completely different stories.
REICHOLD STREET is an indie novel you want everyone to hear about. This book was read for review from start to finish, without putting it down. It was that good. My continued reflections about the story, for days after, was what made the novel truly amazing.
You have to read this book! Book clubs need to pick this one up and continue the dialogue and discussion. Don’t let this one slip under the radar!"
Long-time Michigan resident Ronald L. Herron lives in Lake Orion (Oakland County) with Mary Lu, his beautiful bride of 43 years, his musician-composer-
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To find out more about this author, visit his web site at http://www.ronaldherron.com