The pen is the tongue of the mind.
Don Quixote. Part ii. Chap. xvi.
Reviews will be posted as they are received.

Link to Diane Donovan's Review in Midwest Book Review (4th from top): http://www.midwestbookreview.com/mbw/mar_17.htm#donovan

J Leary (                              ): I loved this book!  It brings a fresh approach to the mystery/thriller genre by looking through the eyes of professional
consultants.  Mr. Mutter's experience and imagination are wonderfully intertwined to deliver a taut, compelling story line.  I can hardly wait for the
second book!

Philip Shontz (                          ): Wonderful book! The story is exciting, fast paced, rich in detail, and full of color. I couldn't put the book down.
Please hurry and publish the next saga of Bob and his G3 buddies!

Joe (                          ): Full disclosure: I know the author. He has been a professional colleague at a number of companies. Not only is he tops in
the consulting field, but additionally he is among the most of fun to have a few beers with. That being said if I read his first novel .....and it was just so-
so..... I would just send him a nice encouraging personal note, but would not write a B.S. review. Fortunately for all of us there is no need to continue
along those lines, because this is a great read and I highly recommend it.

Right from the beginning the stage is set well with the murder and introductions to the key characters. All the characters are people the reader can
easily identify with. The story moves forward with rapidly growing momentum against the backdrop of the greater Washington D.C. area. Pick a nice
day to enjoy it because you won't want to put it down until the end.

Let's hope it becomes a best seller and Bob along with his G3 crew gets on another case soon. His crew would also be perfect for a TV series.

Amazon Customer (                          ): I normally don't read thrillers, however, I was told by a friend that this book was a good read and kept you
guessing. As an MBA and someone who has worked with consultants, I found Bob to be fairly typical, sometimes he took himself too seriously and it
seemed like the folks working for him were the smarter ones in the end. After over 30 years in business, the characters reminded me of co-workers
and bosses from the past. I couldn't put the book down because I had guessed who the "bad guys" were and wanted to confirm my thoughts. Pick up
a copy and see if you can guess who the murderer or murderers are,