"I loved this book. After a deceptively laid back start, revelation followed revelation, as we followed PK Frazier through his adventures and travails. He's a likeable character I couldn't help rooting for; he has frailties and makes mistakes, but is sympathetic and endearing. His friendships are very realistically portrayed, especially with his buddy Ratz. Kevin Krest's story telling technique reminded me of the Godfather Part II, covering a broad sweep of time, and alternating between the present and flashbacks, intricately woven, always retaining suspense, and with gentle humour. But I was never confused by the time period we were in, and the way these came together was satisfying. The book is very good at evoking the sights, sounds and smells of each location. There is very convincing insight into the world of sports programming, and also into how to play blackjack - I got the impression that in the mind of the author, gambling can pay, at least temporarily. As a Brit, I am also amazed at the prodigious quantities of seafood and American beer the main characters can consume. Illegal Procedure drew me in. I had other things I should have been doing, but I couldn't stop reading!"
"Illegal Procedure - A PK Frazier Novel" is the first in a series of books featuring the main character, beginning with flashbacks to his graduate school times, preceding his eventual sports broadcasting career. PK's job leads him and his closest business associate on a variety of escapades from New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and many places in between. From big city night spots to college campus hangouts, we're led on a wildly entertaining ride that ultimately finds PK fighting to save his reputation and career. Along the way, seductive women and unscrupulous men play a prominent role along mean streets and on tropical islands, ultimately forcing Frazier to take actions into his own hands, concluding in an unexpected series of events.
The author holds an MBA from Virginia Tech, was a college radio broadcaster, is a prolific writer and a self-confessed sports fanatic. His blog, Kevin Krest's Positively Sports, regularly attracts thousands of viewers to read his take on current sports issues. His novel can be found in print at https://www.createspace.com/
In order to further market the book, the author has established a campaign to raise funds to distribute the book and promote the PK Frazier series. To contribute to this effort you can go to http://www.indiegogo.com/
More about the author and his works can be found at www.pkfrazier.com.