The Picaresque of Ímagine Purple by Beth Fine is an Educational Fiction Mystery Series with teachable moments. The books are Grade Level and Age-Appropriate.
A good read comes in different packages depending on a reader’s taste. For a good read, a reader will likely choose his favorite type of book.
A good read may be a beach book, a Harlequin romance, or even a self-help tome for the reader to scan while getting a tan. A good read may swoosh the reader away on a sci-fi trip like in Kurt Vonnegut’s Ice Nine or a fantasy space voyage such as in C.S. Lewis’ Perelanda.
With the recent successful run of horror offerings, a good read might even include Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic novel Frankenstein. If so, the reader could retrace the origins of the drool-cruel-gruel of the undead genre. But to this author, a mystery is the only good read. In fact, nothing satisfies like an Agatha Christie mystery like Murder on the Orient Express.
Maybe you’d enjoy another train mystery called The Last Passenger Train Across Newfoundland, the latest candidate for a good read and the first of a new mystery series called The Picaresque of Ímagine Purple. It is fun, wholesome, and sneakily educational.
Imagine a good read without zombies, wizards, or vampires…instead, a good read with real-type villains who cause real-type dilemmas for real-type good guys that must struggle to escape or suffer real-type consequences.
The Picaresque of Ímagine Purple is a good read where there are no easy answers and which produces an endless storyline that unfolds like a soap opera. You never have to wish that the book won’t end. There’s always another Imasode in the works.