The Discovery - Reviewed

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Book Blurb:
Gerard Warner was not only a literary giant whose suspense novels sold in the millions, he was also a man devoted to his family, especially his wife of nearly 60 years. When he dies he leaves his Charleston estate to his grandson, Michael, an aspiring writer himself. Michael settles in to write his own first novel and discovers an unpublished manuscript his grandfather had written, something he'd kept hidden from everyone but clearly intended Michael to find. Michael begins to read an exciting tale about Nazi spies and sabotage, but something about this story is different from all of Gerard Warner's other books. It's actually a love story.
As Michael delves deeper into the story he discovers something that has the power to change not only his future but his past as well. Laced with suspense and intrigue, "The Discovery" is a richly woven novel that explores the incredible sacrifices that must be made to forge the love of a lifetime.

My Thoughts:  Michael's grandfather was a great writer and published millions of novels. Yet he never did interviews, or had his picture on the back of his books. At his death Michael is given his home and he finds tucked inside his grandfather's typewriter a manuscript that his grandfather had written, and knew that Michael would find.  What is left in Michael's hands will change the course of his future. 
Dan Walsh has written a beautiful book that keeps you turning pages to find out what will happen next. I highly recommend this book!


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