I enjoyed reading this story
Michael Psaltis of The Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency | 2003 Writer's Digest Self-Publishing Contest
"May be worthy of an honorable mention based almost entirely
on the fact that Barton is a confident, talented writer. The
is an intriguing tale, though not entirely
unpredictable, and Barton does a good job of telling it. .
. . I thought the Kauai Connection was definitely engaging
and I enjoyed reading this story. . . ."
Excellent Reading Adventure
Gene Marcum | on Amazon.com
September 9, 2002
This is one of those "I couldn't put it down until I finished it" books although I took 2 and 1/2 days to read it because of other interruptions.
The first since I got hooked on Tom Clancy and several of his books.
The first several chapters kept drawing me to read more. I liked the way Mr. Barton established the subject and the characters in such a way as to keep me wanting to read the next page and/or chapter to see what was going to happen next in the story and the characters.
My favorite characters are Jack Cahill, Julie Stinson, and Old Man Parker.
I now want to read more of Mr. Barton's books and I think
I will start with Camouflage