"You are a fiction writer named Redmond Herring? That's fantastic !... Best of luck.".... Julie DuRose, BA English and Journalism, U of M
Escape from Freedom
Kimberly Heimbuch ... Coronado, CA, Musing with Crayolakym... Book Reviews and Promotional Services
I immediately noticed you have a distinctive writing style. It reminds me of the Perry Mason TV series writing, but you add an enticing story element creating this official report style verbiage that sounds very formal as if over my shoulder you are reading me legal transcripts and reports while at the same time the story itself is playing out before my eyes.
Yvette Howie ... Journalist, Broadcaster, Poet in Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Blake brothers- and even Sara, are truly a metaphor for how corruptible our society can be. In witnessing the journey of these delightfully interesting characters one can’t help but question their own evolution and wonder what defects will stain their future. The author has managed to craft a truly enjoyable and thought provoking saga that reminds us all, it is not about the freedom itself but rather what we do with it.
A book review by Sharon Horne-Ellstrom... Editor-in-Chief at BeMeIAmIt.com... Hudson, WI
I was excited to read "Escape From Freedom," Herring's first novel, to learn more about how it all began. I was not disappointed.  Herring spins a terrific tale of greed, corruption, mental illness, domestic abuse, religious extremes, and use of legal details that brings credibility and reality to the reader.
Living in a Lie
I just finished reading Living in a Lie
I really enjoyed Herring's second mystery novel. Very realistic in many aspects. I was not disappointed. 

The characters are developed in a way that makes you connect to them emotionally--be that positive or negative.  I found myself unable to put the book down because I wanted to know what would happen next.

I was attracted to the author's unique and pleasant writing style ,as well as the interesting and intricate story

Kimberly Heimbuck, San Diego Book Review... Corondo, CA
Yet another great book! The story is solid and fluidly moves from beginning to end. Again, you have a distinctive writing style that is consistent as your enticing stories sound so realistic. There are many twist and turns that captivate the reader.

This is the second book slated to be part of a ten book series. If you are in the market for an easy read, fast pace and something entirely out of the norm, Living in a Lie should be another book on the top of your list.

Redmond Herring will prove to be a great mystery writer !