My brother recently published his second book, Toys in the Attic. Set on a dairy farm in upstate New York, this is a captivating story of a young woman who endures horrific parental abuse and rises above her life-changing experience to find success, both personally and professionally. Full of emotion and with a variety of twists and turns, this is not a read for the meek or for prudes. It is a page-turner, one which keeps you interested. I can honestly say that I enjoyed this one and am hereby giving it a blatant plug…not because the author is my baby brother, but because it’s a good book. While I don’t think its $2.99 price tag will make my brother rich, I can actually see this one on the big screen. Good job, David.