My favorite review so far

“Baxter’s Friends” is an unbridled narrative of three male friends that are searching for ways to deal with the responsibilities, quell the boredom, and fulfill unrealistic desires that plague them as they reach middle age.

Ned Randle brilliantly pens their intimate thoughts, reckless actions, and dire consequences that lead two to tragedy and one to self awareness. A great read that leaves one wondering if these are the thoughts of many middle age men.

4 stars       Review by Renee Ignatz

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