Brother, Can you Spare a Dime Book Review – AND A CONTEST!

Brother, Can you Spare a Dime by Ken Dalton is a mystery unlike any you’ve read!

It’s not only a page-turner, it’s a hoot!

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Without giving too much of the story away, this action packed mystery contains several things I LOVE to read about:  TRAVEL (within the United States, as well as internationally) and the vivily described vacation spots (I hope to see myself one day)!

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Ken Dalton’s Bio:

Ken was born in 1938 at Hollywood Hospital. He grew up in Los Angeles with his parents, his older sister and younger brother.

In a turn of bad luck, the dreaded Polio virus attacked Ken at the age of five. By the age of sixteen, after eleven years of operations, therapy, and braces to mitigate the effects of Polio, Ken’s luck changed when he met the girl of his dreams. A few years later they married, produced three wonderful children, and settled into a happy life in Southern California.

In 1966, Ken and his family moved to the green hills of Sonoma County where they bought a home surrounded with apple trees.

Some time later, Ken, designed, built, and operated a small winery that produced award winning Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay.

Then, in a moment of madness, Ken began writing. His first article was published in Golf Illustrated. Many more golf articles followed in national and regional magazines including Golf Magazine and Fairways and Greens. Eventually Ken felt the urge to write his first novel.

Now, after the publication of The Bloody Birthright, The Big Show Stopper, Death is a Cabernet, and The Tartan Shroud, Ken has published his latest Pinky and Bear mystery, Brother, can you spare a dime?

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Ken’s web site:

Cliff hanger contest:

Brother, can you spare a dime? ends with a prize winning cliff hanger that defies all logic.

Let Ken know how you would answer the question and he will choose the two answers he likes the best. Both winners will receive a complete paperback set of his Pinky and Bear mystery series.  GOOD LUCK!


2 thoughts on “Brother, Can you Spare a Dime Book Review – AND A CONTEST!”

  1. Dear Theresa:
    Thank you for your review. Hope you get to Tibet someday.
    P. S. Don’t forget to enter my cliff hanger contest. Send your ending to my email—

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