Writers Inspiring Change feature review: A Man's Face
Updated: Jan 27
A Man’s Face, by B. Roman, is a twisted murder mystery that holds you to the end. The conventional style is to show a murder, or more, and then, through police procedural investigation, find “who done it”. In this case, we see the murders unfold at the outset of the book. We know who did it, but the story that ensues shows how, fifteen years later, fate, or karma, whatever, causes the victims and the doers to cross paths once again, a confluence of coincidence that stirs up the adrenaline as one reads, wondering at what point, either side will realize who the other is and what then, will happen. No spoilers. Buckle up for an entertaining read.
About B. Roman
Since childhood, I've been torn between two worlds: writing and singing. It's difficult to serve "two masters," as they say, but I was compelled to do so. When I was not singing, I was writing; when I was not writing, I was singing.
I've learned, for me, that one creative expression nurtures the other. Much of my writing has a musical theme somewhere in the plot, or is the plot. Whether it's in my non-fiction writing about the power of music itself, in picture books and stories and, of course, in writing music and lyrics for songs.