Posted by: Thomas Drinkard | August 14, 2012

Book Review: “For Keeps,” by Aaron Paul Lazar

Full disclosure: I got the book as an ARC for an honest review.

It is difficult to write a review about For Keeps without giving away spoilers.  This book is the third in the Dr. Sam Moore series, but the first one I’ve read. I’m now going to get and read the other two.

Sam Moore is a retired doctor who is deeply in love with his family and his garden. When he is unexpectedly called upon to view a murder scene, he quickly becomes involved in much more than anyone expects.

There is a powerful element of the paranormal that is much more than just a plot device. The reader is presented with an ancient question, “What would happen if I could go back and change just one little thing in the past?”

Lazar deftly handles this question in a manner that will keep the reader drawn into Sam’s world as the protagonist tries to recover from losses without destroying his world.

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Responses

  1. Thank you, Tom, for this lovely review!

  2. Enjoyed the review Tom, it has drawn me into the story and I’m interesting in reading it. Thanks for sharing!


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