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Monday, October 3, 2016

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Praise for Moonlight Water

“First-rate book. Win and Meredith are a super couple and fine writers.” —Clive Cussler

“The ghosts of Mark Twain, Jack Kerouac, and Joseph Conrad haunt MOONLIGHT WATER, the latest in the long and honorable tradition of road stories, but with 21st century angst laid in. To this, the Blevins writing team has introduced the themes of spiritual awakening, personal redemption, love rekindled—and a thumping good detective story. How they managed to fit all this between two covers, and in such entertaining fashion, is the stuff and substance of great literature.” —Loren D. Estleman

“A quirky and heartfelt story of a lost soul just trying to find some meaning in life. Aren't we all? The best part is the clear reverence for Navajo wisdom and the vast and wonderful desert from which it is born.” —Michael and Kathleen Gear

Moonlight Water takes the reader on the high road of adventure. Running from the rock & roll of an old life to the edge of the world & beyond. It's as old as time and as new as tomorrow. Love it.” —Gil Bateman, exec at Elektra Records, co-founder, Wyndham Hill Records

“Moonlight Water is an engaging, spellbinding novel of life, love, courage and redemption.” —Liberty Voice

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