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Monday, November 2, 2015

Pokergeist by Michael Phillip Cash

     Telly Martin is a down on his luck poker player.  He's been trying to get that one big win for him and his girlfriend. Then they can start life somewhere else and have all they need. Telly's girlfriend gives him one more chance to win. Then, win or lose, they move on. She doesn't count on Telly meeting Clutch Henderson. Who is Clutch? A poker champion that comes from a line of poker champions. If he can't win, then something is wrong. The thing is, Clutch is dead. Yep dead. He wants to help Telly with his big score. Can he?

     I have come to love this author's work. I am never disappointed in whatever the book is about. This one is fun and full of diverse characters. The writing is solid and well plotted.  I found myself rooting for Telly many times and questioning Clutch. *grin* I know nothing about gambling though. Mr. Cash writes with a message usually and this one is no exception. We all deserve a second chance.

     I found no issues.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it was really funny and fun!

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