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Book Review: The Dragon Keeper Chronicles Book 1 Crimson By Tai Manivong

Book Review: The Dragon Keeper Chronicles Book 1 Crimson By Tai Manivong


The Dragon Keeper Chronicles Book 1 Crimson  Is a very good book that is a quick read and is a wonderful book. The Author  Tai Manivong did an amazing job on the story and I just loved the cover it is beautiful. 
This book would make for a wonderful birthday or Christmas gift for anyone that likes a good book and enjoy reading. 

It is a must-read you should differently read this.
This book has  228 pages and it makes for a great book for all ages.
It is a fun read and enjoyable I like the message in the story as well you can do anything that you set your mind too.
The Dragon Keeper Chronicles Book 1 Crimson is a very good read and a great fantasy book.
You can find this amazing book On Amazon
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079F11BPS/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1

I RECEIVED A COMPLIMENTARY COPY OF THE BOOKS FOR THE BOOK REVIEWS ON THIS BLOG BUT WAS NOT REQUIRED TO LEAVE A REVIEW.  ALL OPINIONS ARE MINE. 

Interviewing Author T.G. Campbell

Interviewing Author T.G. Campbell 

1. Tell me about yourself what are your favorite books to read?

A. As a child, I dreamed of becoming a police officer when I was older. Unfortunately, due to certain health issues, I couldn’t apply. Naturally, I was disappointed, but I decided to do the next best thing: write about being a police officer. Thus, my very first writing project was the “Sunsdale Murders” screenplay featuring hard-talking Chief Inspector Collette Campbell. I wrote two further “episodes” and have the scripts in my archive to this day. 

These days I write a series of “clue-puzzle” style mysteries, set in Victorian London, which follow a group of fictional detectives called the Bow Street Society. Each of the Society’s civilian members has been enlisted for their unique skill or exceptional knowledge in a particular field derived from their usual occupation. Members are assigned to cases, by the Society's clerk, Miss Trent, based upon these skills and fields of knowledge.

My…