An Editorial Review of “Cities of Sand and Stone” by David and Neil Yuzuk

2014-01-09T14:52:08+00:00 By |

Loaded with grim brutality and remorseless betrayals, Cities of Sand and Stone will appeal to fans of action and temerarious exploits. In the opening chapters, readers will learn about the historical and biographical information of these brutal characters—some who are probably psychopaths. Vicious brutality and betrayals are prominent in this story the bad guys and the good guys’ mettle are tested to the max as the ante increases on all fronts.

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