If you think summer is hot now, just add this to your reading list! Just named an Eric Hoffer finalist!
REVIEWERS HAD THIS TO SAY:
“Mosquitoes and Men, puts an evil new twist in the old adage that you can’t go home again. In Faustus Madigan’s case, you shouldn’t go home again. When this prodigal son steps through the door to his southern family home for his father’s funeral, after a twenty-five year absence, he tumbles into a past he thought he escaped, and, in this case, it’s more horrific than the main character ever imagined.”
“Beautiful read. Thoughtful characters fully developed. Plot for days without losing interest. Genuine insight and compassion written with great wit and detail.”
“Polo lets the lyricism of the South flow through his pen. I truly did not want the writing to end.”
“I gave up sleep because I couldn’t put it down!”
And both the Delaware Press Association and the Eric Hoffer awards agreed!