Reviews: The Lost Photographs 2018-01-02T20:43:55+00:00

Reviews: The Lost Photographs

“I like this novel very much . . . it is a slam-bang adventure story that is quite well-written, moving along from one action-packed scene to another. It is also a sweet love story that takes its good old time to come to a denouement, as all good love stories should.

“And . . . it’s a rollicking good time between two males who have been friends for a long, long time. I especially like the easy dialogue Richard has created between these two guys — it is believable and amusing.  I predict a possible best seller.”

–– Bill Worth, editor, and author of “Outwitting Multiple Sclerosis:” How Forgiveness Helped Me Heal My Brain By Changing My Mind”
and the novels “House of the Sun: A Metaphysical Novel of Maui” and “The Hidden Life of Jesus Christ: A Memoir.”

“The best things about this book are the minute but not tedious descriptions of the engineering allowing the search through the ice. I often schedule chunks of time for edit work; Photographs kept me reading on past my deadlines. This is what Stephen King calls “the gotta.” Gotta stay up an extra half hour to finish this. Gotta see how they get out of this one. It’s probably the single most important attribute a work of fiction can have, and Photographs succeeds admirably.”

–– Idony Lisle, Style Editor

“I loved the plot, action and the characters in The Lost Photographs. I am really looking forward to Richard Carroll’s next book.”

–– Tom P

“This book has a little of everything, except offensive, gratuitous sex or gore. Action, mystery, romance, relationships, all underscored by the author’s hypothesis of what could have happened to the lost evidence of the remnants of Noah’s Ark. Interesting!”

–– Amazon Customer

“This book is incredible from start to finish. Historical information intertwined in a novel that becomes so real and detailed that you feel as though you are a part of the story. Mr. Carroll’s writing and descriptions create within the mind of the reader the moods and scenes that enable this story to flow from one page to another. If you are interested in history, suspense, adventure, or just good old fashion reading, sit back and enjoy this book”

–– Dan C.

“An epic adventure with friendships, a hint of romance, as well as a search transcending many decades to discover Noah’s Ark.”

–– Angie L.