As a fan of murder-mystery books I was excited to get my hands on Clive’s book. From the moment I did, I wasn’t able to put it down! The author’s details on the life inside private clubs is so intriguing, you almost feel like you shouldn’t be allowed to read it. This book is filled with witty banter that makes the journey throughout the book not only suspenseful but also enjoyable! I couldn’t stop myself from smiling the entire time. The characters in the book are so distinct, but all believable in their own way. With everyone being suspects, I couldn’t close the book for more than a minute before I was back to read more. If you’re a fan of the “who-done-it” literature, and always wanted to know what tales go on “behind the gates” you will fall in LOVE this modern laughable twist of murder-mystery that this author brings to the table! Highly recommended!
Hello “Clive” –
I hope all is well. Things have been going great here at my new club. You will be glad to hear that you have many admirers on my Board of Governors. A few days ago a group of them purchased 17 of your books and asked me, since I know you, if you would be willing to sign them. They want to give them to the rest of the Board and Executive Committee as Christmas gifts. Would this be possible to do? I can ship them to you with a return shipment back to me. Although, I have always admired you greatly for your talents, never thought I would also be asking for your autograph. I guess there is light at the end of the “club management tunnel.”
Again, as always I appreciate your professional mentoring and personal friendship and wish you and your family a healthy holiday season.
With kind regards,
I just finished Norm’s most recent book. For anybody who belongs to a member-owned club this is a MUST read. The humor and wit is sobering. Heck, it might even get a rogue board member or two to think twice about who should REALLY be running the club!
– McRedmond Morrelli
Wow! Am I ever proud to be your aunt! What masterpieces! I always knew you were extremely intelligent and smart – your parents told me so – but what outstanding, clever, witty and humorous works. I don’t claim to understand everything but I did very much enjoy reading your two great books. The only fault I could find is that “Toni Dumbwit” should have been Hortense Thumble. Keep up the great work!
I’ll tell all my friends about the books in hopes that poor Clive gets a few more sales. I’m sure he will appreciate my efforts.
– Toni Kissell