These reviews are for the printed edition of "Corky's Courage . . ."

5.0 out of 5 STARS Dave Morris Posted: July 29, 2015

Hi Bill, my wife treated me to three of your books for Father’s day. I have finished two with much enjoyment.  I started flying lessons at the age of 12, soloed at 16, commercial and instrument rating at 17.  26 years with 3 airlines and prematurely retired senior flight controller Pan AM at JFK.  We migrated to Alaska almost 30 years ago, bought a charter boat, then a business adding two more boats and now approaching retirement age. ..I have enjoyed your writing as it encompasses much of my life and I can identify with the characters as well as the geography.  Please keep up your writing as I enjoy your work.  Stop by for coffee one day!!

Sincerely, Capt Dave Morris Owner/operator www.bobstrophycharters   

5.0 out of 5 stars Jenny Stepper Posted: November 5, 2014

"I have been reading Corky's Courage with my 9 year old grandson and we have been enjoying every minute. We are anxious to finish the book and see how it all turns out. This has really helped his reading skills and made him excited to read. Looking forward to more books from Bill Richardson."

5.0 out of 5 stars Duane B. Perk Posted: October 21, 2014 

"This is one of the best books I have ever read. It moves forward at a great pace I liked the way it was done it seems totally real, and makes you feel like you are part of the story. I have already read it twice and I would suggest it to any level of person because there are nothing bad what so ever I like it so I hope this helps you decide to read it to it is worth wild Bill Richardson is a great writer"

5.0 out of 5 stars Anonymous Posted: October 3, 2013

"This book is a captivating page turner which I finished in one day because I could not put it down. The author details in-depth knowledge of being a bush pilot and all of its challenges including emergency medical care and keeping a cool head when faced with a disaster. Flight Simulator provided me with a great opportunity to fly over all the areas described in the book on my computer. What's in the box that Mark has with Corky's name on it? Are Corky and Mark in love? Bill Richardson is a gifted writer. I can't wait to read the sequel."

5.0 out of 5 stars Anonymous Posted: October 3, 2013

"This is a fast paced page turner. A must read for anyone interested in Alaska. Follow up with the sequel, Corky and the Alaskan Oldtimer."

4.0 out of 5 stars October 6, 2013 By 100% Alaskan (Alaska)

"I liked this book because almost everything mentioned I was familiar with, because I have been in the area before. I do not think the author was ignorant because he used the word "seagulls" because in Alaska "seagulls" is a commonly used term. I felt the book was lacking excitement and peril. It would have been a little better if they had to go out and hunt for food or a bear invaded the camp. Overall it was a pretty good book but, It would have been a little bit better if it was more exciting. Good job on your book Bill Richardson."

These reviews are for the ebook edition of "Corky's Courage . . ."

5.0 out of 5 stars "Wonderful first adventure" December 21, 2012 By Rena Carlson

"I hope to see more books from this author. I enjoyed the setting and the ending came too soon, curious to find out what is in that box....."

5.0 out of 5 stars "Excellent Alaskan Adventure!" February 29, 2012 By Michele Cornelius (Homer, Alaska)

"Well written adventure story set in Alaska. Seems very authentic and the author is clearly very knowledgeable about the locations and subject matter which adds realism. Well worth reading!"

3.0 out of 5 stars "At least it was short." Feb. 2, 2012 By Mike O. "MN Shutterbug" (SW MN)

"The book started out pretty interesting but never really got to what I could ever consider exciting. I've been to Alaska a few times and always enjoy reading about adventures there. However, when "seagulls" were mentioned twice, I knew the writer wasn't real knowledgeable about wildlife. There are many kinds of gulls, but there is no such thing as a seagull. I am a fast reader and did finish this book in about 1 1/2 hours. I'm just glad I didn't pay anything for it. There just wasn't much to the book."

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