The latest book by author Eliot Parker is “Fragile Brilliance”

posted Dec 24, 2015, 5:59 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 6:45 AM ]

The latest book by author Eliot Parker is “Fragile Brilliance”

 In an article written by Judy Rule about a local author's (in West Virginia) latest book is a fast-moving, riveting read.  The article link pasted below:

Is in the Huntington, WV  http://www.herald-dispatch.com/features_entertainment/local-author-s-latest-book-a-fast-moving-riveting-read/article_f92afa6d-f1db-5af9-928b-37c54babb2ec.html

Ms. Rule is also director of the Cabell County Public Library.

Eliot Parker features a police officer that has family and love life complications (don’t we all) although maybe in a different type of way possibly.  The book introduces a new fictitious drug as well.

Just another idea by an author that used their imagination to create a different scenario in our real world; which adds an interesting twist.  Ms. Rule also reveals a lot of the back story which should not hinder the reader from enjoying the story.

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