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My Shelf.Com

My Shelf.Com

One Of Ten Best Reads Of the year.

- Reviewer--My Shelf.Com

Florida Writers Association Annual Conference-2002

Florida Writers Association Annual Conference-2002

Award Winner.... Mystery/ Suspense

- Florida Writers Association Annual Conference-2002

Judges-National Self Published Book Awards--Merit Award Winner

Judges-National Self Published Book Awards--Merit Award Winner

As a novel of military history, it was one of the most pleasurably educational reads in the contest... What helps it stand out from its peers is its reliance on character development as much as rat-a-tat action to carry its story forward.

- Judges-National Self Published Book Awards--Merit Award Winner

American Library Association

American Library Association

Nominated.... Bill Boyd Literature Award.

- American Library Association

John Boles--Emmy Award winning Writer, Director, Producer, Editor.

John Boles--Emmy Award winning Writer, Director, Producer, Editor.

Once I started reading I didn't want to put it down... Each sequence builds appropriately in intensity while continuing to surprise the reader with often-unexpected twists and turns.

- John Boles--Emmy Award winning Writer, Director, Producer, Editor.

Vicki M. Taylor--Reviewer The Florida Palm

Vicki M. Taylor--Reviewer The Florida Palm

Romig... gives his readers strong emotions and intense action sequences. Readers can almost smell the dank mustiness and feel the pelting rain... lf you like your military action down and dirty and lots of it, pick up Belly of the Dragon.

- Vicki M. Taylor--Reviewer The Florida Palm

Beverly J. Rowe-Reviewer-- Myshelf.com

Beverly J. Rowe-Reviewer-- Myshelf.com

Plan to start reading this book when you have plenty of time, because you won't be able to put it down. The tension builds on every page. Just when you think the men's troubles are as bad as they can get ... they get worse.

- Reviewer--My Shelf.Com

Gary Roen-Reviewer-·Veterans Post

Gary Roen-Reviewer-·Veterans Post

The characters are believable and the combat scenes are realistic in a tense tightly written thriller.

- Reviewer--My Shelf.Com