Books by Sonny Girard

HIS OLDEST FRIEND by Sonny Girard
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: Sept. 7, 2005

"At times trite and a tad portentous, the writing nonetheless reveals two sincere souls."
A Latino teenager and an old woman wrestle with angels and demons during a four-year friendship at the nursing home where she lives and he works. Read full book review >
THE POET OF TOLSTOY PARK by Sonny Girard
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2005

"More pleasures here from the novel's moral clarity than from those traditional sources, plot and character."
How do you prepare for death? With bare feet and a head full of precepts, if you're the protagonist of Brewer's didactic first outing. Read full book review >
DEAD IN 5 HEARTBEATS by Sonny Girard
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Oct. 1, 2003

"Barger, an ex-president of the notorious Hell's Angels, has authored (with an assist from the Zimmermans) nonfiction about biker activities and clearly knows whereof he speaks—if that's a recommendation."
Nonstop violence in a debut thriller about sociopaths on wheels. Read full book review >
STORIES FROM THE BLUE MOON CAFÉ by Sonny Girard
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 19, 2002

"Eschewing most of the usual clichés of southern writers—but not self-consciously trying to avoid them either—Blue Moon Café is a decidedly tasty buffet."
The satisfying result of a bunch of southern writers deciding: "Hey! Let's put out an anthology!" Read full book review >
BLOOD OF OUR FATHERS by Sonny Girard
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 4, 1991

"Strong storytelling that lacks the originality of The Godfather but has many writerly touches and a wonderful bloom of authenticity."
Entertaining Mafia reprise, written by the pseudonymous Girard while serving a seven-year prison sentence for racketeering. Read full book review >