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Who killed Mika Shipley? It is the day of the grand opening of the magnificent complex, and the people will not forget it in a hurry. JT’s World by E. Alan Fleischauer portrays a plot of the Wild West, and John Thurgood Thomas takes on a journey after his adopted daughter, Madeline, asks him to go on a trip after the fiasco at the grand opening. He agrees to this, and we meet different characters, keeping in mind that there is an unexplained mystery around the corner.
John Thomas’s vacation to keep his mind off the dreadful events is successful and eventful. He learns a lot on his way, helps a couple of folks, and falls in love. He does not go alone on this journey, and every character makes this an enjoyable ride. What does John Thomas make of this trip? What happens to his complex on his return?
JT’s World is a wonderful Western-composed book comprising 36 chapters and about 480 pages. This book is a crazy adventure. From the murders to the scares, I was puzzled about who the killers and victims were. The characters were great to follow, especially John Thomas and his unending good deeds. Reading the introduction to this book kick-started a certain love for mystery. The writing and composure of this book are amazing. The author did a great job. JT’s World is exceptionally edited. There were no grammatical, typographical, or punctuation errors in this book.
I enjoyed the narration. Alan Fleischauer used his unique style of writing, and I appreciate it. All characters played their roles perfectly, and they could bring the right emotions out of me. Although some of the events seemed to have happened before the book, the narration explained them, and everything made sense. There was nothing I disliked about this book. It would be nice to read other books by this creative author.
I rate this book, JT’s World, five out of five stars. It has been a while since I read a book in this genre, but I enjoyed reading it. It deserves all the praise, especially as it is easy to comprehend. Every character was a joy, even those with sins and vengeful purposes. There is a lot of content, and readers would love to have it on their bookshelves. I recommend this book to lovers of mystery books set in odd locations, individuals searching for books based on the Old West, and other fans of E. Alan Fleischauer.
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