Sunday, September 9, 2018

Palm Reader
Walker #2
Christopher Bowron

Thriller, Suspense

“… fantastic
characters and a truly spellbinding plot—the best book in its genre
I have ever read.” 
gripping thriller, which excels in unusual twists and turns,
explorations of family heritage and truths, and one man’s ongoing
journey as he explores new connections and threats to his
Donovan, Midwest Book Review
Walker once again faces his demons in this haunting sequel to 
in the Grass
. Now
working as an investigative lawyer for Peter Robertson, Jack teams
with Janie Callaghan to solve the disappearance of a sleazy client
specializing in taboo pornography. Meanwhile the evil head of the
Church of Satan weaves an intricate web to lure Walker as the
sacrificial lamb in an Everglades Black Mass ritual.

Christopher Bowron
has always loved a great story, and possesses a unique gift of the
magic to tell one.  He can be described as a “thriller writer,
with a mysterious undertone,” who can take his readers on
believable journeys to the sharp edge of reality and the
paranormal. The use of seat belts is optional while reading his
work, but you may need to buckle up and hold on tight from time to
roots are Canadian, and his two children make the fifth generation of
his family to live in Niagara-on-the-Lake Ontario.  His other
home in Southwest Florida, in an area of everglades and ocean,
provided him with ammunition for his imagination. This inspired his
love of writing, and became the backdrop in the creation of his first
published, best-selling novel. “Devil In The Grass” and
soon to be released sequel “The Palm Reader.”
He is fortunate to
be able to live his own personal great story, which includes
graduating from Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts in History,
creating a wonderful family and life, running a successful real
estate brokerage, having the opportunities to enjoy fine wine, sports
and getting away to do some salt water fishing in Florida whenever

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  1. I'm glad other people have had positive experiences with , too. To tack on two cents: I've had a really great experience with them so far-- I've had over 60 reviews and 90 ratings. Not sure on my stats yet, but I'm so, so glad I decided to do this!

  2. I had one reader contact me directly on Goodreads saying she wanted to read my book but that they rejected her, which was interesting to hear about the "behind the scenes." I sent a MOBI to her, and she reviewed it pretty quickly, so I count that as a win.