2/4/14

review of Something More Than Blood by: Park Cooper and Barbara Lien-Cooper

Something more than blood
by:  park cooper and barbara lien-cooper
 Returning home from the funeral of his last, oldest friend, character actor Johannes Fassbinder falls asleep and is awakened by someone he saw at the funeral-- a young woman who handcuffs him, points a gun filled with silver bullets at him, and asks him if he is guilty of murdering her great-grandfather, and if so, why he did it.
His answer involves telling her his life story... which involves garlic, secrets, mist, Berlin, Yiddish, old-time radio shows, Broadway, revenge, and a lot of Hollywood B-movies...
And blood. A lot of blood.
But blood, by itself, is never enough.


This book was well-written,  fast-paced and full of action. love and lost as well who is friend or foe maybe nothing at all.... it also had some funny parts in it too. 

4 out of 5 star 
Olivia R.

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