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JUICE by Michael P. Clutton
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Feb 14, 2010

it was amazing
Read in February, 2010

"Murphy, North Carolina - watch your back! What are the secrets of these new residents? The author weaves an intricate tale of mystery, suspense and riddles with clues that are riddles as this small town becomes an epicenter of macabre events.
Dak is just a regular guy, like most every other regular guy. The author makes you become a part of his life. A single Dad and small town entrepreneur at heart with dreams and desires like just any other guy. You become Dak. You feel his pain, stress, humor and strong emotions. So well written, you become ONE with the main character!
Dak discovers a formula that could save the world from disease and give life to those who desperately need it. But, the author takes you through unbelievable encounters, car chases, murder, love and romance building on what is truly behind these mysterious people. Why have they become friends and business partners? And why is Dak now having his life and the life of his family threatened beyond belief?
This is a real page-turner. The author builds suspense, intrigue, humor and mystery while telling a story that will make you "burn the midnight oil" to finish it. After reading Clutton's book, meeting new people will take on a whole different meaning. Who are they and where did they really come from?
Take this awesome book off your "to read" list, get it and be ready for surprises. But, whatever you do, don't read the last chapter first!"
-- Peg Thornhill, Missouri

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Michael Clutton Thanks Robert! Glad you liked it. Appreciate your description and not giving away tooooooo much. Readers will want to get the JUICE for themselves!

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