I can’t get this quote exact, but I think Giuliani expressed his and my thoughts about using hydorcloroquine in fighting the caronavirus. Sorry; my steno skills are very poor and I just heard it once. He said something to the effect that it is better to provide the experimental drug instead of letting the people just die. As I have said before, that should be casual to the most obvious observer.
By the way, you might have noticed that the news is about nothing but the virus in one way or the other. I am a real news junky, but I am not in favor of following the one thing and ignore all else.
For those tired of listening to the news and watching all the TV movies over and over, I am allowing readers to order free Kindle copies of “A Shoulder to Cry on,” “Big City Detective,” and “Perfekt, Almost.” (By the way, I did use the “k” in perfect intentionally. It is supposed to be an eye catcher and it does give something of a hint as to what is between the covers.
To order the books, go to my Author’s Page by entering,
in the URL box (usually in the upper left part of your browser. You might also be able to simply click on the above line, but I’m making no promises. With my computers operating with Windows, it works. However, I have a pad that it fails with every time. I don’t know why. If you have a Kindle, you can simply do a search on “Ben Rhodes,” and you will likely be able to find most of my books. Should you find any books by others, please ignore them.
There is a synopsis with each book, but for the sake of those who want a quick rundown, they are below.
“A Shoulder to Cry On”
This is the first of a two book set.
A woman just finishes college and she has a good job. She thinks she has it made, but then her whole world starts falling down around her. She would really like to have a shoulder to cry on, but the only one that seems to be available, belongs to a man who she feels untrustworthy.
“Big City Detective”
This is the second of the set.
In the first book, we are introduced to a New York City detective. In this book, the big city detective is going to a small town to take over as police chief. The problem is, before he can get there, there has been a murder, the first ever since the town was formed. …and no one seems to know what to do.
This is not part of a set or series, but if you enjoy the previous two books, you will likely like this one.
In this book a new deputy marshal arrives for his first assignment, which is in San Diego. The weather is beautiful. The city has no lack of things to do. To the east he can go up into the mountains. Of course, San Diego does have some of the nicest beaches anywhere. For those who like a visit to the desert, one is just a short trip away. It’s a perfect assignment, almost.
The books will be available on Friday, the 10th. Hope you enjoy them. If you do, tell others. Like them or not, please let me know. Send me a brief note to Kaay@att.net. I don’t mind stiff complaints, I even appreciate them, but please keep the language G rated.