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Cover One Lane Bridge

Book Review:  One Lane Bridge, by Don Reid.

J.D. sets out for a simple drive in the country, needing some relaxation away from the problems at his restaurant and a struggling young adult daughter. He crosses a one lane bridge, and his car breaks down in front of an old farmhouse which contains a family in need. But when he returns the next day with groceries, the bridge is now a large, modern bridge; the house is gone; and no one has heard of the family. Thus begins an adventure of folded time, where J.D. is determined to solve the mystery, and everyone else thinks he’s crazy.
I enjoyed the story, the twisting plot, the characters, and the satisfying ending. It is simply written, yet the story is well told and the pieces all fit together.  Good read!