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"An incredible story, deep and heart-felt, painfully contemporary, painfully believable.
Eminently readable, like previous work by Clemons, this book wants a fully engaged intellect.
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Angel in the Alley

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Review from Amazon.com

Angel in the Alley hooked me from the start and didn't let go until the end. The “good guys” were flawed, frail, with complex personal problems. Their faith, although sometimes shaken by the problems they faced, seemed believable and real. The book had grit and didn't shy away from describing the more base emotions experienced by humans and the plot, set in the near future, not much further along the societal and environmental paths of today, was a realistic connecting of biblical prophesy with what we see unfolding before our very eyes.”
           Belinda Burston

Peer and Blog Reviews

“An incredible story, deep and heart-felt, painfully contemporary, painfully believable. The characters are “real” with hang-ups, prejudices, quirks and weaknesses. Angel in the Alley packs a wallop with a needed message that never shies away from tough issues and never sugar-coats the churches shortcomings and failings. Eminently readable, like previous work by Clemons, this book wants a fully engaged intellect.”
           Brian Austin – freelance writer and author of Laughter & Tears

“Having reviewed Keith’s first novel, I was prepared for the complex journey Angel in the Alley would take but I wasn’t ready for the genius behind his carefully layered sub-pots and time warps. Mr. Clemons’ writing flows more like a torrent than a stream and leaves you hanging on to your hat in an attempt to ride it to a conclusion that strengthens one’s faith and opens one’s eyes to the realities of end times.  His novel was a real joy for me to read.”
            Donna Dawson – Author of The Adam and Eve Project and Vengeance