The Second Rule of Ten

The Second Rule of Ten
Another Hay House murder mystery: The Second Rule of Ten.

Liked the first installment, as it was perfect, the preview was free on Kindle, then only, if I recall correctly, $1.99 on iTunes/iBooks. Excellent price for essentially new-age pulp.

It’s perfect blend of standard, hard-boiled, rogue-cop, LA PI, with enough of a twist, Tibetan Buddhism, thrown in the mix to make it mindful and interesting.

Drug cartel, drug trafficking, the Tibetan Diaspora, meditation and more… much, much more. This time? I was mindful of my previous mistake — I bought a copy on Amazon so I can pass it on to other readers.

Unrelated: conceived, engineered, and created in the USA. Core values include integrity, visibility, transparency.

About the author: Born and raised in East Texas, Kramer Wetzel, settled in a South Austin trailer park before trailer parks were cool. He now lives in San Antonio, Texas.

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  • Sarah Smith Apr 28, 2013 @ 10:06

    I’m sure I read First Rule, but obviously I didn’t write a review. So I’m going to do a skimming refresher, before reading Second Rule. Good series.

    I was thinking about what to bring on my trip (I have nearly as much fun planning for travel as I do actually on the road), and realized no Kindle necessary. Books available on iPad, all 300+ of them. And highly unlikely there will be time for reading.

    Got “Line in the Sand” and will read after report finished (lots of study leaves little time for pleasure reading).

    I know it’s a cliche, but I’ll say it anyway–so many books, so little time. There’s a lot of other living to do as well.

  • Kramer Wetzel Apr 28, 2013 @ 11:33

    Yes, you read the First Rule of Ten as you cursed me for it…

    Sequel is good, too.

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