You Gotta Die Sometime

You Gotta Die Sometime by Jay Cameron Parker is a thrilling tale that follows the life of Howard Jones, a Stanley Brush salesman who is framed for murder while attending an award convention. Forced to go on the run, Howard meets a Pullman porter named George, who helps him to unravel the mystery of who might be responsible for the attempt on his life. As Howard shares his life story with George, they journey across the country during the Depression Era, encountering natural disasters and dangerous gangs along the way.

Parker’s expertly crafted narrative starts with a bang, immediately immersing the reader in the action and suspense that keeps them turning pages until the end. The vivid descriptions of the era and the struggles faced by people during the Depression add depth and context to the story, allowing readers to feel like they are transported back in time. One of the book’s strengths is its attention to historical accuracy and detail. Parker’s research is evident in his portrayal of the challenges faced by people during the Great Depression and the realities of life during that time period. Unfortunately, the book follows a specific formula of life attempts, name changes, and natural disasters over and over, making this a slightly predictable read. I would’ve liked to see more variety in the sequence of events to make this a more thrilling read. That aside, the storyline is compelling and engaging.

You Gotta Die Sometime is a well-crafted book that will appeal to fans of hard-boiled mystery. The protagonist’s struggle to find his place in the world after faking his death is a testament to one man’s determination to survive and thrive in a world that is stacked against him. Overall, the book is an engaging and enjoyable read that will leave readers wanting more.

Pages: 370 | ASIN : B0BZ8NB4NG

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Posted on April 21, 2023, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.


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