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Brighton Publishing announces rave review for R.K. Avery’s novel “Not My Mother’s Son"
Popular Internet site, Literary R&R, delivers high praise for prolific novelist RK Avery’s latest novel, “Not My Mother’s Son: Things Aren’t Always What They Seem.”
By: Brighton Press Room
“…I had no idea what was coming, and was completely blown away. R.K. Avery took a good first novel and made it into an amazing second novel. This one is a 5-star book, solely on the surprise it holds. I'll be looking forward to seeing more from this author.”
~ Literary R&R review for “Not My Mother’s Son”
David Miller thought he knew his mother. He thought kidnapping three children was the most appalling and horrendous thing any person could do. He thought there was nothing else she could do to surprise him.
How wrong he was.
After Beatrice Miller, David’s serial-kidnapping mother, is sentenced to thirty years in a North Dakota prison, David moves to Phoenix, Arizona where he starts the “Never Give Up” foundation. His organization is dedicated to finding and returning exploited and missing children safely to their families.
David is determined to mend his dysfunctional relationship with his mother, but each time he visits Bea in prison she seems deranged, insisting that people are trying to kill her. But the most unnerving part of their meeting is her last statement—ending each encounter with, “Remember David, things aren’t always what they seem.”
Soon, the police are knocking on David’s own door—arresting him for the murder of a baby boy in Bunting Valley. With no one else to turn to, David must now look to his mother’s own testimony to save him from a life behind bars.
“A sequel that will throw you for a loop...in a good way.”
~ TBR topbookreviewers.com
R. K. Avery, a recent graduate of the Institute of Children’s Literature, discovered one thing during the extensive coursework—a love for writing adult fiction, especially fiction that makes readers ponder long after they’ve put the book away. R. K. Avery lives in Macedonia, Ohio, with her husband of twenty-five years, two teenage children, and four dogs. Readers are encouraged to visit the author @ http://www.rkaverybooks.com/