The Reviews are in…
Susan Keefe for TheColumbiaReview.com
The Palm Reader is action packed and exciting, with twists and turns, fantastic characters and a truly spellbinding plot—the best book in its genre I have ever read. Highly Recommended!
Betsy Ashton 2
"Move over Randy Wayne White and Carl Hiaasen. Chris Bowron has arrived!"
Stacie – Beach Bound Book Reviews.
"Devil in the Grass is an intense thriller filled with riveting suspense and chilling characters which quickly capture and a hold a readers attention from beginning to end."
Raymond Khoury, New York Times Best-Selling Author of The Last Templar
"Jackson Walker is back in this thrilling, fast-paced sequel to Best Seller-- Devil in the Grass . . . An edgy, action-packed thriller!"
Bookmarkks Book Blog By Kalyan Panja
"The Society of Necessities by Christopher Bowron is not an easy novel, but it's certainly out of the ordinary. It is not easy to tell you about this book because I think that every word would be trivial compared to its beauty and complexity. Set in breathtakingly beautiful places and narrated with a style capable of captivating the reader, the book is an intense and impossible to forget tale."
"The Society of Necessities adopts an exceptionally fast pace, but takes the time to build relationships, puzzles, and history surrounding a Canadian man's initial underlying desire to exit the rat race of convention and live 'a life without pretense.'"
Christopher’s roots are in Canada, and his two children make the fifth generation to live in Niagara-on-the-Lake Ontario described as an historical town with old-style architecture surrounded by lush greenery and all shades of flowers. His second home in Southwest Florida is in an area of the everglades and the ocean. Both provide ammunition for his imagination and his love of storytelling. The diversity of the everglades became the backdrop for his first published and best-selling novel Devil in the Grass (Amazon number one best seller) and sequel The Palm Reader. Other books include The Body Thieves– self-published and recently finished Waiting for Morning Time– a survival story based on a true occurrence and faith.(In the Publication process)