When Pap decides to drive the furniture factory next door out of business by any means necessary, he never imagines his nighttime raids will trigger a series of events that will plunge him into the fight of his life. He finds himself accused of murder and on the verge of losing everything. To survive he must destroy Bodie, an ex-cop obsessed with power, money, and a woman he can’t have. Norton Road is a story of passion, and the consequences of failing to restrain it.
I saw this book mentioned on Facebook by a trusted friend. I bought it on Amazon. I thought it was one of the best books I had ever read.the author made the people he wrote about come alive.I felt like I could relate to them even though they were so different than anyone I have ever known in my circle of family and friends. This author was in my opinion born to write. He is just that talented.I am an avid reader and always have at least one book going at all times.I am so critical of just authors who bore me with simple little stories that you know how it will advance and end after the first few chapters.Norton Road is not one of those books.I usually forget a book as soon as I finish it,but I find my self thinking about this story frequently even though it has been several months since I read it. This is so rare to find an Author with this gift.