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One Voice Too Many

3.6 of 5 stars 3.60  ·  rating details  ·  5 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Do we really know each other? Jeremy Walker seemed like a decent human being: hardworking, independent, intelligent. But he has a past that he can not quite shake and a terrible secret that only he knew. Despite a history of rocky relationships, he was determined to make a success of his relationship with Macy, an attractive woman who was similarly smart and independent. W ...more
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Published July 14th 2011 by Authorhouse (first published July 1st 2011)
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Laurel-Rain
One man's journey from a volatile and troubled childhood to a productive adulthood is stymied whenever he enters intimate relationships. A first marriage ends dramatically when the main character, Jeremy Walker, lifts his hand to strike his wife. He is able to curtail the impulse, but his subsequent efforts to curb the anger and potential violence in future relationships interfere with his ability to maintain closeness. The death of his second wife ends short of anything violent happening, but t ...more
Lainy
Dec 30, 2011 Lainy rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Lainy by: the publisher
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Do we really know each other? Jeremy Walker seemed like a decent human being: hardworking, independent, intelligent. But he has a past that he can not quite shake and a terrible secret that only he knew. Despite a history of rocky relationships, he was determined to make a success of his relationship with Macy, an attractive woman who was similarly smart and independent. Will he succeed? The obstacles loom large.

My Review

The book starts really well, easy to follow and well wr
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Glenda Bixler
Many of us have heard on the news, when a tragic murder has occurred, that neighbors claim that the individual involved as always been quiet, a good neighbor, or something similar, though now expressing their amazement or dismay learning that somebody they knew was guilty of such an action(s)...

But surely, if we are willing to admit it to ourselves, we all do things that so go against our nature, that we later realize that we shouldn't have done it, and maybe even wonder what led to our being so
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L.A.
Article first published as Book Review:One Voice Too Many by Paul Martin Midden on Blogcritics.

The outside of the package, does not always reveal the maelstrom of storms revealed within. We will not always see the real person behind the façade; we can only find the real person by their actions.

In One Voice Too Many by Paul Martin Midden, we follow the life of Jeremy Walker, an average citizen who works as a carpenter. He makes the money he needs to get by and for the most part enjoys what he doe
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Star (The Bibliophilic Book Blog)
Jeremy Walker is a troubled man, who is trying to overcome his past. One day during a traffic jam, he pulls a Michael Douglas (in Falling Down) and just walks away from his truck. He ends up at a diner and after ordering his meal, starts wailing hysterically. Dealing with this psychotic break is difficult for Jeremy and his now ex-wife Macy. The ‘Voice’, the only constant in Jeremy’s life, grips even tighter and is controlling his life from the inside. Will this breakdown lead to a second chance ...more
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