Richard Castle’s “Storm Front” Is The Best Ride Of Bond-Like Fun and Hilarious Romance
comedy , entertainment , romance , women / December 6, 2016

I noticed Storm Front on display at my local library and I was intrigued to listen to it on audio CD because I was enduring long commutes. I didn’t expect to enjoy the ride I got from this story as much as I did. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality caliber of the writing. I was a fan of the TV series, Castle, especially the first season. The character’s edge of Beckett noticeably changed thought by season two and if truth be told I was a little disappointed in the softening edge that she became after season one. Still I picked the show back up a couple of seasons later and began to enjoy the cat and mouse romance written around the central murder drama. In particularly, I was attracted to the writing of¬†Terence Paul Winter. His Castle story ideas were fresh, always with an original angle and always came with a funny, edgy repertoire of plot. This is what comes through in Storm Front. Who’s writing this story‚Ķ? I don’t know. I do suspect a name or two, as hinted in the story’s acknowledgement and guest appearances of bestselling authors on Castle. Nevertheless, the story doesn’t disappoint. It…

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