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BOOK REVIEW:
HUMPTY DUMPTY WAS PUSHED
BY MARC BLATTE

We hope you enjoy this book review by Julie Moderson.



Humpty Dumpty Was Pushed is a bit confusing unless you speak ebonics. An ebonic dictionary in the cover would be great.

It was easy to see that Marc Blatte drew from his experience as a resident of New York City with his wonderful descriptions of the city and the people who live there. He used his vast knowledge of the music industry to weave this tale of a murder mystery about a New York detective, Black Sallie Blue Eyes who is trying to solve the murder of a gunned down refugee from Kossovo named Pashko. As Black Sallie Blue Eyes follows leads to track down a killer, Pashko’s cousin Vooko vows to take revenge old world style for who ever is responsible for the death of his cousin.

In this Mark Blatte first novel he has so many colorful characters from a thug called Scholar, Proof Positive, to a kinky female wrestler, and a billionaire real estate tycoon; at times it is hard to keep track of them all.It was a fast read and I can’t wait to see what Marc Blatte writes next.

REVIEWED BY JULIE MODERSON

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