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Reviewed by Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite
No Pit So Deep: The Cody Musket Story is a fast paced historical fiction novel, but with real events that inspired James N. Miller. The story begins with Cody, while on his way to an awards dinner, being pulled over by a police officer, who just happens to be the brother of the banquet's honoree, and Cody's ex-team mate. Just as Cody is signing an autograph for the officer's son, the officer is shot in a drive-by incident. Cody removes his shirt to try to stop the bleeding. When more officers arrive on the scene, they see Cody standing over his body. Quickly deciding to shoot first and ask questions later, they gun Cody down. When the news reaches his home, his wife, Brandi, is frantic and beside herself while trying to gather up their offspring on her way to the hospital.
James N. Miller hits it out of the ballpark with an awesome job of moving this story along at a breakneck pace that is loaded with action, suspense, and drama. Mr. Miller cleverly uses the media to insert the characters' all-American histories and accomplishments, as the family scrambles amidst the chaos while en route to the hospital bedside of the Musket family patriarch. No Pit So Deep has all the ingredients and then some to make this a multi-media success. Cody "Babe" Musket was a medal of honor winning U.S.M.C. Navy Seal, before becoming a major league baseball MVP infielder. Even though the battlefield had changed, our hero was still haunted for years by combat nightmares. No Pit So Deep is masterfully written with characters, and situations that are well developed, and very real. Wow! Great story!