Midwest Book Review

Midwest book reviews graphicI’m excited to have just received an announcement from Midwest Book Review in Oregon, Wisconsin that the February 2013 issue of the online book review magazine “Small Press Bookwatch” features “The House’s Money.” This is cool as Midwest Book Review is a nationally-recognized reviewer of book titles and receives numerous book submissions each year for review with only a select few making the cut for a feature review.

The review reads as follows:

Life’s ambition is always a rough and difficult endeavor. “The House’s Money” is a novel from Owen Sullivan as he presents a story of ambition following young Matt Whiteside as he deals with his rising career and is entranced in a romance with another real estate rising star, Stephanie. Their romance is whirl wind as the drive for money encompasses both and the bubble they built on may soon burst. “The House’s Money” is an exciting and riveting read for general fiction collections, highly recommended.

This review has also been posted with the Cengage Learning, Gale interactive CD-ROM series “Book Review Index,” which is published four times yearly for academic, corporate, and public library systems.

Additionally, this review will be archived on Midwest Book Review website for he next five years at www.midwestbookreview.com.