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In his debut novel, REICHOLD STREET, author R.L. Herron created a powerful coming-of-age tale dealing with tough, realistic issues: family dysfunction, bullying, alcoholism, suicide, madness and war. Reviewed favorably by Kirkus Reviews, it won a 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal.

In ONE WAY STREET, the suspense-filled 5-Star sequel, the reader will follow several of the s
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Paperback, 275 pages
Published June 5th 2015 by R.L. Herron via CreateSpace
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Jessyca Garcia
Jul 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: drama, fiction
Street Light by R. L. Herron is the third book in the Reichold Street Trilogy. It also happens to be the first book in the series that I have read. Street Light is sort of a follow up book of all the events that have occurred in the first two, yet it also contains its own events.
Having not read the first two books in the Reichold Street Trilogy, I was a little lost at first, but R. L. Herron was quick to fix that by revealing pieces of major events that occurred in the earlier books. The Reicho
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Sandra
Jun 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This book covers a multitude of emotions. You feel the roller coaster ride of the characters like you are there in the story with them. Easy reading. Gives closure to the trilogy story yet also leaves an opening for more.
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Jul 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
"We first met R. L. Herron and his main character Paul Barrett in Reichold Street. He then brought us One Way Street and now he has completed the trilogy with Street Light. It opens with a disturbing foreshadowing that someone is going to die. Herron starts with an ominous prison scene and introduces us to Micah who has just finished serving his time. He is headed back to Brickdale, his hometown, for some revenge.

Herron re-introduces us to the main character, Paul Barrett and provides a summary
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Brian MacLearn
Aug 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Street Light is the third book in R. L. Herron's Reichold Street Trilogy. Ron Herron is master craftsman at grabbing the reader and transporting them into the story. His first two books introduced us to the Reichold Street cast and followed them into adulthood. The third story picks up where the second one leaves off and moves towards tying up all the loose ends and lingering questions.

I was pleasantly surprised by the manner in which the author portrayed the multitude of complex emotions his c
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His earliest known ancestor arrived in the colony of Virginia, from what is now Northern Ireland, in 1635. A mere 313 years later, Ron was born in central Tennessee.

His parents moved him north as an infant and, despite a monumental dislike of the winters in Michigan, he still lives there with his lovely wife, his youngest son and one enormous cat.

He once worked for some of the
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