Sunday, February 11, 2018

Review: Connolly's Woman

Connolly's Woman Connolly's Woman by Harry Whittington
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A wild one, even for a Gold Medal. Charlie Wilson, a Korean War vet and prisoner of war with memory problems, finds himself dissatisfied with his domesticated life, and in a series of ill advised moves, first locks himself into a bedroom with a mysterious young woman at a party, which sets his wife into a jealous rage. He then takes off on an insane treasure hunt boat adventure with a psychotic fellow Korean War prisoner and his trampy, sexy girlfriend. Everything goes to hell in a hurry and it's no surprise when the mysterious party woman reappears at the worst possible time. A real page turner, wonderfully crazy and sleazy, and highly recommended.

I read this in Microsoft Word as I created the ebook. Here's links to the ebook files:

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