Wednesday, June 15, 2016

The Never Open Desert Diner by James Anderson


Ben Jones, is an independent truck driver along Highway 117. It is a very lonely highway that is well known to Ben as he travels it daily.  He loves his job and his customers who are very clever and interesting characters. I personally found the birthday incident one of my favorite parts of the book. He meets Claire who has taken refuge in a house in the area with her cello. From the moment he sees her he is taken with her. But she is running from something, and that will put them both in danger. I am not going to delve any deeper into the plot of this novel as I hate spoilers. 

This is James Andersons first novel and I found it very interesting. It was not one of those books that I just couldn't put down. But I enjoyed picking it up and reading whenever I had time. This book was written in a very straightforward easy to understand lingo that I loved. 

I will definitely add this book to my shelves. It is a book I will enjoy reading again. You can find a copy on Amazon. I received this novel complimentary for my honest and unbiased review and all opinions are my own.

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