Review of Phil Taylor’s ‘White Picket Prisons’

I rarely re-blog, but when I do it’s because of something brilliant. Behold the wisdom of Marissa Bergen!

Glorious Results Of A Misspent Youth

All hail the emergence of middle aged anti-heroes Chuck, Cliff, Coop and Goober! Phil Taylor does it again (or did it before) with a masterful thriller which incorporates edge of your seat action and suspense with Phil’s undeniable comedic flair as we find this unlikely group of childhood friends, now considerably older, falling ass backwards in to some m*****f***ing CSI type s***!


So for those of you who are lost already, let’s start at the beginning. Meet Phil Taylor, indie author, comedy blogger, and all around awesome guy. A few months ago, I jumped at the chance to review his latest release “The Sneaker Tree”. I had so much fun reading and reviewing that book that I could not resist the opportunity to review his previous release “White Picket Prisons”.

“White Picket Prisons” is a white knuckle ride that can hold it’s own next to any well known suspense novel…

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One response to “Review of Phil Taylor’s ‘White Picket Prisons’

  1. Thanks for the reblog, Phil. I’m glad you liked the review. I definitely enjoyed the book and meant every word!


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