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"Reichold Street" introduces a group of young, urban friends in the 1960s, and follows them from youthful neighborhood intrigue to family dysfunction, murder, suicide and madness. It explores the relationships that unite, divide and sustain these young friends, and their families, all the way to the searing tragedy and redemption of war.Contains some adult language., A 2012 Gold Medal winner in the Readers Favorite Awards, "Reichold Street" introduces a group of young, urban friends and their families in the 1960s and follows them from their youthful neighborhood intrigue to family dysfunction, murder, suicide and madness. An action and emotion-filled story, "Reichold Street" explores the relationships that unite, divide and sustain these young friends and their families, from their first meetings all the way to the searing tragedy and remarkable redemption of war.Contains some adult language., A Gold Medal winner in the 2012 Readers Favorite Awards, "Reichold Street" introduces a group of young, urban friends and their families in the 1960s and follows them from their youthful neighborhood intrigue to family dysfunction, murder, suicide and madness. An action and emotion-filled story, "Reichold Street" explores the relationships that unite, divide and sustain these young friends and their families, from their first meetings all the way to the searing tragedy and remarkable redemption of war.Contains some adult language., A Gold Medal winner in the 2012 Readers Favorite Awards, the suspenseful and dynamic "Reichold Street" introduces a group of young, urban friends and their families in the 1960s...and follows them from their youthful neighborhood intrigue to family dysfunction, murder, suicide and madness. An action- and emotion-filled story, "Reichold Street" explores the relationships that unite, divide and sustain these young friends, from their first meetings all the way to the searing tragedy and remarkable redemption of war.Contains some adult language., A new kid arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of early parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. Albert Parker's struggle to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful tale about friendship, love and loss. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, REICHOLD STREET deals with tough issues like bullying, alcoholism, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of combat in Vietnam, as it takes you from teenage introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye) , William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body) , this 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner is a historically accurate coming-of-age story where neighborhood families discover the sometimes violent reality of life., A new kid in the neighborhood. Family dysfunction. Murder, suicide and madness.Imagine if J.D. Salinger, William Golding and Stephen King got together to write a fast-paced coming-of-age story set in a working class American neighborhood during the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era. A place where neighborhood boys routinely play baseball in the street; but also a place where, with one new arrival, they discover the insignificance of their local intrigues compared to the reality and sometimes violent tribulations of life. You'll find all that and more in REICHOLD STREET, by Ronald L. Herron, a 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner.Albert Parker arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father could create. His struggle to fit in, and the stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss. REICHOLD STREET deals with some tough issues: alcoholism, suicide, bullying, criminal activities, family dysfunction and the horrors of fighting in the Vietnam War. Masterfully written, REICHOLD STREET is a microcosm of that era that comes to life on the pages. You become part of it all; from the whole group's coming-of-age to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war.Contains some occasional adult language., A new kid in the neighborhood. Family dysfunction. Murder, suicide, madness and war.Imagine J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body) getting together to write a fast-paced coming-of-age story set in a working class American neighborhood during the turbulent 1960's Vietnam era. A place where neighborhood boys routinely play baseball in the street; but also a place where, with one new arrival, they discover the reality of the sometimes violent tribulations of life. REICHOLD STREET , by Ronald L. Herron is a 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner and earned a 2013 Compulsion Reads endorsement.Albert Parker arrives in the neighborhood, bringing the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father could create. His struggle to fit in, and the stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss. REICHOLD STREET deals with some tough issues: alcoholism, suicide, bullying, criminal activities, family dysfunction and the horrors of the Vietnam War. Masterfully written, the tale is a microcosm of that era that comes to life on the pages. You become part of it; from the whole group's coming-of-age to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war.Contains some occasional adult language., A new kid, Albert Parker, arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of early parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. His struggle to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful tale about friendship, love and loss. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, REICHOLD STREET deals with tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of combat. It takes you from teenage introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger "(Catcher in the Rye)," William Golding "(Lord of the Flies)" and Stephen King "(The Body)," this 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner is an historically accurate coming-of-age story where neighborhood boys discover the sometimes violent reality of life., Albert Parker arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. His struggle to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful story about friendship, love and loss. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, REICHOLD STREET deals with tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of combat. It takes you from teenage introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body), this 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner is a contemporary coming-of-age story where neighborhood boys discover the sometimes violent realities of life., Albert Parker is the new kid in the neighborhood, and he brings with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. His struggle to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful, fast-paced story about friendship, love and loss that takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war.Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, REICHOLD STREET follows a group of neighborhood kids as they deal with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of the war in Vietnam.An intriguing coming-of-age story, masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life ... and the neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the adventure and sometimes violent realities of life., Albert Parker is the new kid in the neighborhood. He brings with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. His struggle to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful story about friendship, love and loss. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, REICHOLD STREET deals with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of wartime Vietnam. It takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war.Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life as an intriguing coming-of-age story. The neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the sometimes violent realities of life., Albert Parker, the new kid in the neighborhood, brings with him the emotional scars of parental loss, and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. His struggle to fit in and the stories of the people around him as he tries create a powerful story about friendship, love and loss. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, REICHOLD STREET deals with tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of combat. It takes you from silly teenage introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body), this 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner is a contemporary coming-of-age story where neighborhood boys discover the sometimes violent realities of life., Few American indie novels will endure in your heart and mind as long as this adventure. A new kid arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. Albert Parker's struggle to fit in, and the action-filled stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a suspenseful, fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss that takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, the action-packed REICHOLD STREET presents a group of neighborhood kids and their parents as they deal with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of the war in Vietnam. An intriguing coming-of-age story, masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies)and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life ... and the neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the adventure and sometimes violent realities of life., Get the Award-Winning Young Adult Novel Everyone's Talking About Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s era, REICHOLD STREET, by author R.L. Herron, deals with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, suicide, murder and the horrors of wartime Vietnam. Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger "(Catcher in the Rye)," William Golding "(Lord of the Flies)" and Stephen King "(The Body)," this 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winning novel takes you all the way from first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Albert Parker is the new kid in the neighborhood. He brings with him the emotional scars of early parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive stepfather can create. His struggles to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful, tale about friendship, love and loss. The neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street comes to life in an intriguing coming-of-age story, and becomes a place where they discover the sometimes-violent realities of life. It's a tale Kirkus Reviews called ""Skillfully written and emotionally charged."" Kirkus Reviews .".".the characters are bold, the plot twists surprising, and the point - that we never fully know a person or his or her story - heartbreakingly clear...Skillfully written and emotionally charged."" Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner " .".".an extremely moving account of friends who come of age during the turbulent 1960's...Herron is a master of the art of character development. You can hear each voice clearly..."" Compulsion Reads Review ""Herron writes of a traumatic time with a sure hand. Most of his characters speak from the pages with strong, defined voices..."" TBR Book Review ""This is one of those books that makes you laugh, cry, reminisce, want to run into the novel to try and save the day and much more. Reichold Street, by R.L. Herron is a must read for people of all ages...an indie novel that you want everyone to hear about....Don't let this one slip under the radar "" SCROLL UP AND GRAB A COPY TODAY, Get the Award-Winning Young Adult Novel Everyone's Talking About! Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s era, REICHOLD STREET , by author R.L. Herron, deals with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, suicide, murder and the horrors of wartime Vietnam. Masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye) , William Golding (Lord of the Flies) and Stephen King (The Body) , this 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winning novel takes you all the way from first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Albert Parker is the new kid in the neighborhood. He brings with him the emotional scars of early parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive stepfather can create. His struggles to fit in, and the stories of the people around him as he tries, create a powerful, tale about friendship, love and loss. The neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street comes to life in an intriguing coming-of-age story, and becomes a place where they discover the sometimes-violent realities of life. It's a tale Kirkus Reviews called "Skillfully written and emotionally charged." Kirkus Reviews "...the characters are bold, the plot twists surprising, and the point - that we never fully know a person or his or her story - heartbreakingly clear...Skillfully written and emotionally charged." Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner!" "...an extremely moving account of friends who come of age during the turbulent 1960's...Herron is a master of the art of character development. You can hear each voice clearly..." Compulsion Reads Review "Herron writes of a traumatic time with a sure hand. Most of his characters speak from the pages with strong, defined voices..." TBR Book Review "This is one of those books that makes you laugh, cry, reminisce, want to run into the novel to try and save the day and much more. Reichold Street , by R.L. Herron is a must read for people of all ages...an indie novel that you want everyone to hear about....Don't let this one slip under the radar!" SCROLL UP AND GRAB A COPY TODAY!, PRICE REDUCTION Few American indie novels will endure in your heart and mind as long as this adventure. A new kid arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. Albert Parker's struggle to fit in, and the action-filled stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a suspenseful, fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss that takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, the action-packed REICHOLD STREET presents a group of neighborhood kids and their parents as they deal with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of the war in Vietnam. An intriguing coming-of-age story, masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies)and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life ... and the neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the adventure and sometimes violent realities of life., PRICE REDUCTION Few American indie novels will endure in your mind and heart as long as this adventure. A new kid arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. Albert Parker's struggle to fit in, and the action-filled stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a suspenseful, fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss that takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war. Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, the action-packed REICHOLD STREET presents a group of neighborhood kids as they deal with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of the war in Vietnam. An intriguing coming-of-age story, masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies)and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life ... and the neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the adventure and sometimes violent realities of life., PRICE REDUCTION!Few American indie novels will endure in your heart and mind as long as this adventure. A new kid arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create. Albert Parker's struggle to fit in, and the action-filled stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a suspenseful, fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss that takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war.Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, the action-packed REICHOLD STREET presents a group of neighborhood kids and their parents as they deal with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of the war in Vietnam.An intriguing coming-of-age story, masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies)and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life ... and the neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the adventure and sometimes violent realities of life., PRICE REDUCTION!Few American indie novels will endure in your mind and heart as long as this adventure.A new kid arrives in the neighborhood, bringing with him the emotional scars of parental loss and all the aggressive attitude a dysfunctional and abusive step-father can create.Albert Parker's struggle to fit in, and the action-filled stories of the neighborhood around him as he tries, create a suspenseful, fast-paced and powerful story about friendship, love and loss that takes you all the way from their first introductions to the searing tragedy, yet remarkable redemption of war.Set in a working-class American neighborhood in the turbulent 1960s Vietnam era, the action-packed REICHOLD STREET presents a group of neighborhood kids as they deal with some tough issues: alcoholism, bullying, family dysfunction, criminal activity, suicide, murder and the horrors of the war in Vietnam.An intriguing coming-of-age story, masterfully written in the manner of J.D. Salinger (Catcher in the Rye), William Golding (Lord of the Flies)and Stephen King (The Body), the 2012 Readers Favorite Gold Medal Winner REICHOLD STREET, by R.L. Herron, comes to life ... and the neighborhood where young boys routinely play baseball in the street becomes a place where they discover the adventure and sometimes violent realities of life.

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