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C.M. Curtis
C. M. Curtis brings a background of diverse experience to his writing. He grew up in a small western community in cattle ranching country. His paternal grandfather was a wild horse hunter in his youth and his maternal grandfather is said to have actually met Butch Cassidy. Curtis' first paying... show more

C. M. Curtis brings a background of diverse experience to his writing. He grew up in a small western community in cattle ranching country. His paternal grandfather was a wild horse hunter in his youth and his maternal grandfather is said to have actually met Butch Cassidy. Curtis' first paying job, at twelve years of age, was in a slaughter house. He later became a construction worker, a truck driver, a structural steel welder, a coal miner and a licensed building contractor. In what he calls his second life, he has been a chiropractic physician, a radio talk show host, a newspaper columnist and, of course, a writer.To date, C.M. Curtis has been fortunate to have four of his books reach #1 bestseller status on Amazon.com in their respective categories.
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http://www.authors-friend.com/ rated it 8 years ago
What were the main themes of the book? Betrayal, love and standing firm. Jeff is the hero that can survive anything but when he loses the woman he loves because ‘he is not good enough’ he retaliates. From start to finish, this book reminded me of the song by Kenny Rogers - Coward of the County. Wh...
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Blog-A-Licious Authors rated it 8 years ago
Which did you find more appealing, the introduction or the conclusion? The conclusion. The beginning was too dry for my liking. As Jeff moved from one stage of his life to another, something was missing. Be it the background, the lack of depth for some of the characters … But somewhere hallway throu...
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The Reading Cat rated it 8 years ago
What were the main relationships explored in this book? One man goes against the people who are intent on destroying him so they are multiple relationships like family, friend and enemy that are explored. The key question in the book is how much would it take to break Havens? Physically, mentally an...
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