BOOK REVIEW

SAVING ROOM FOR DESSERT -  K.C. CONSTANTINE

This story revolves around three police officers, William Rayford, Rocksburg's first African-American cop, Robert Canoza and James Reseta.  One of the most dreaded assignments for these police officers is to work the evening shift in a part of town known as the Flats.  The smallest or silliest incident could set the neighbors "off" with certain behaviors like fighting about parking spaces and dog droppings. These flare ups would often become a dangerous situation.

The book follows these men through their dealings with the people of the Flats and also touches on personal problems within their own lives.

This is an adventuresome book. There is plenty of action.   The writer does a superb job with his writing style and characterizations.  The details are graphic and will stay with you for a long time.  The characters are unforgettable.   This is one you should add to your book collection.

NANCY EATON

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