#Review: The Double Life of Tutweiler Buckhead – Miriam Pia
Full of diverse characters, The Double Life Of Tutweiler Buckhead takes you on a little ride from start to finish. Slow to start, the story offers you a view into the intertwined lives of Mayor Boggs, Thomas, Talitha Johnson, Skilleas, and several others. The chaos that surrounds them never ends, allowing them to join forces against those who seek to do them harm.
There’s danger afoot in Indianapolis, and it’s up this uncanny group of characters to come to each others aid. Things continue down their slippery slope, forcing the mayor to take matters into his own hands. It’s then he realizes he can’t do things on his own.
Miriam has given this book a little of a superhero edge. Each character serves a purpose, allowing the reader to delve deeper into the character’s lives and the circumstances that bring each of them to where they are now. They’re forced to take their actions into account before acting on what they believe is right or wrong.
Overall, The Double Life Of Tutweiler Buckhead is an intriguing read. The author gives us a crime story full of paranormal elements. Who wouldn’t want to fight crime utilizing magic and gadgets, all while having the world at your fingertips?
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Ideal for those who love events of the outside world and the workings of the mind – characters’ actions and thoughts are portrayed in this contemporary novel – with just a touch of magic.
About the Author:
Miriam Pia has been writing for decades, including over ten years as a professional. Most of her work was done without a byline and as a ghostwriter. This is the author’s first published novel.