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Reviewed by Jessyca Garcia for Readers' Favorite
The short story, Summer Nites, by Jeremey Nollett is about a guy named Joe Mieser and what he experiences after quitting his crooked law firm. This story reminds the reader to be careful of who you trust.
I enjoyed Summer Nites. It was an interesting read and held my attention throughout. At times I was a little disappointed because Nollett described the scene so well that I thought something exciting would happen, but it rarely did. Mainly it was just Joe doing everyday things. The end of the story contains the most action. Despite that, I still liked the story and did not want to put it down. I thought a crooked law firm was an interesting idea. Joe Mieser was brave to do and say what he did against his job and employer. I cannot imagine anyone doing that in real life. I would like to read a longer version with what happened when Joe was working for the law firm. Stories with mob ties are one of my favorite things to read about.
Overall, I thought this was a good story with a surprise ending. Nollett has a gift for painting a scene in a reader’s head. If you like books with mob ties, then this short story may be for you. I hope to read more of Nollett’s work in the future.