KAYE TROUT'S BOOK REVIEWS 1

I specialize in reviewing Print-On-Demand (POD) published books for my website and Midwest Book Review. Please query for a review by email to hgunther234@hotmail.com.

Saturday, February 10, 2007

OUT OF HELL'S KITCHEN by John H. Hanzl

iUniverse
2021 Pine Lake Rd, Lincoln, NE
www.iuniverse.com
Genre: Fiction/Adventure Mystery
Rating: Very Good
ISBN: 0595395074, $17.95, 282 pp.


Out of Hell’s Kitchen is a story about a new pop drug on the scene–Rave N. What is this drug, what does it do, and who are the people who make and distribute it? Rave N is the key in this fast-paced ,intrigue-oriented, action adventure for Luke Hawthorn as his friends begin to disappear.

John Hanzl’s writing style and story are similar in some ways to Robert Ludlum’s earlier novels–a definite plus. John has an exciting style which draws you in and keeps you turning the pages. In addition he has a rich vocabulary and is masterful at description and depth which add a distinct richness for his readers. There’s lots of action and intrigue here, and the conclusion may surprise you.

Yes, I can highly recommend Out of Hells’ Kitchen to readers who enjoy mystery, action, intrigue and a well-written novel.

Reviewed by Kaye Trout - February 10, 2007

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