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To Taunt a Wounded Tiger - Good read! As "promised" it is hard to put down.
Rick Weatherill <rpw@shaw.ca>
Victoria, BC Canada - Saturday, June 04, 2005 at 20:22:05 (PDT)
To Taunt a Wounded Tiger - Good Read! Hard to put down! I shall see if I can interest my library.
Rick Weatherill <rpw@shaw.ca>
Victoria, British Columbia Canada - Saturday, June 04, 2005 at 20:20:15 (PDT)
After meeting you this morning i just had to visit your website! Good luck finishing your new book!

Sandra from Island Savings Insurance!

Sandra Lewis <smlewis@telus.net>
Salt Spring Island, BC Canada - Wednesday, December 01, 2004 at 14:47:28 (PST)
Hi Tony,

Congratulations on moving your site to your own domain: anthonybruce.com .


Craig

Craig Hartnett <craig@0408.sitnominedigna.com>
Vancouver, BC Canada - Friday, October 01, 2004 at 17:19:36 (PDT)
Bought " Gatekeeper of Lies" on Saturday( Sept 25 ) from your location at the Ganges market. Just finished it and wanted to you to know how much I enjoyed it.
I am very anxious to now obtain you other books and will be in contact with you shortly in this regard. Will also spread the word of your books throughout my small world. Good writing, John Fournier

John Fournier <rosanneandjohn@shaw.ca>
White Rock, B.C. Canada - Tuesday, September 28, 2004 at 16:26:46 (PDT)
Hi Tony,

I finished reading "To Taunt a Wounded Tiger" last night. I actually started it a few days ago, but was so shocked at developments in the beginning that my jaw literally dropped and I put the book down. You certainly did a good job of building the reader up so much that the development was a huge fall. I picked it up again yesterday and read it on the train from where I am at the moment to the Grand Canyon and back.

As I have the last two books of yours I have read, I really enjoyed it and the action in the different locations kept me guessing and turning the pages. The only thing I did figure out was some final action, but you still managed to screw up my hypothesis in the final paragraph. However, that's certainly not a bad thing, as all the questions don't need to be answered in a tidy package. In fact, an unanswered question at the end like that opens the door to a sequel. (Let's hope!)

Thanks again for another excellent read.


Craig

Craig Hartnett <craig@0408.sitnominedigna.com>
Vancouver, BC Canada - Wednesday, September 08, 2004 at 17:55:10 (PDT)
I have been very impressed with your books.It just so happens my brothers name is Anthony(Tony) Bruce as well and we are from North Vancouver BC.He too has a very vivid imagination as well as the life experiences to go with it he is a very special person to me he is a step-brother and the only one that lives (or has lived) with my dad Gerald Bruce. Whom we were separated from when we were little.Anyways I have just gotten myself a computer and am able to investigate or rather ccommunicate better in the literary world. I enjoy reading verymuch.I have your books have many coincidences in them that relate to my family,s life, My mother is from London England, her name is margaret alice searle.I am waiting to receive the latest book of yours our library doesn,t have it yet. Anyways, I am anxious to read it because in a recent situation between my brother and I he said to me as I was leaving him in the alley(it,s a long story)Janet The gatekeepers of Lies!) I had no idea wwhat he was talking about then I was glancing through a copy of recently published books and there it was.At first I thought maybe he wrote them then I saw your picture, Anyways I don,t even know if you will read this and I am sure it will seen quite strange to you because it is hard to explain it all to you.All in all what i,m trying to say is Thank You for an awakening you may not have known you even gave me. Sincerely Janet Bruce
janet bruce <jan43et2004@yahoo.com>
PRINCE RUPERT , bc canada - Tuesday, July 20, 2004 at 19:28:09 (PDT)
Tony,

Nice guest book. What do you think of that Wilbur Smith guy? Think he'll make it?


Craig

Craig Hartnett <craig@0405.sitnominedigna.com>
Richmond, BC Canada - Saturday, June 26, 2004 at 23:20:06 (PDT)



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