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The Bright Silver Star, Book 3, in the Berger and Mitry Series, by David Handler

March 11, 2016

51W73c8Z+kL._AA160_“This is Dorset, Mitch. The most dangerous weapon here isn’t a gun, it’s a whisper.”

(Quotation was taken out of The Bright Silver Star, by David Handler.)

Death stinks! Extramarital affairs pain! Hidden incest and rape wreck lives and a mother who does not protect her child are all issues addressed in The Bright Silver Star by David Handler.

We go back to the small affluent village of Dorset, where newcomer and widower, Mitch Berger, is trying to find his balance and get back into life. His feet now planted in the Dorset Community, he reaches out to a group of three men and become a part of their weekly walking group. Soon Mitch will find out that all that glitters out goodness, prominence and above-reproach is not gold.

The Bright Silver Star presents human misery that echoes betrayal and depravity in an extremely affluent community. Mitch and his ladylove Desiree Mitry, who just happens to be the Resident Trooper for Dorset, solve the situations with adroitness.

The light throughout this entire book was Berger and Mitry coming closer in their relationship. He finally gets her to go to New York City with him; she crosses the threshold of his apartment he shared with his late wife, Maisie, and Mitry gets him on the dance floor.

The Bright Silver Star, another enjoyable read with the fascinating duo, Desiree Mitry and Mitch Berger.

Next week, Book 4, The Burnt Orange Sunrise.

Until then,

Photo on 26-05-15 at 09.22 #5

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shalom Aleichem,

Pat Garcia

3 Comments
  1. Thank you for sharing this review, Patti. 🙂 This sounds great.

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  2. This is the next on my list. I’m going to the library to see if they have it. I know they can order it. Thanks for letting me know about this series.

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  3. Intriguing, Patricia. Thanks for giving us a look into this intriguing story. Shalom.

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