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    Utterly spellbinding

    An old man’s death results in the discovery of a child that no one has ever laid eyes on. Home schooled in a house with boarded windows, the mysterious “Boy M” is unaware of any living relatives and unable to explain where he came from. The Northwards are foster parents with tragic past and different ideas about what the future may hold. When asked to foster “Boy M” as an emergency case, they find themselves in the middle of a tempest of emotions. Events hurtle toward a climax uncovering a horror that spans nearly a century. Frank Friendship is priceless, navigating his own circumstances and everyone else’s with characteristic eccentricity and brilliance. He finds himself getting closer to the heart of his own mystery – one that has shaped his entire life. The cast of characters is larger than ever before – introducing new faces alongside familiar old ones. The plot is enticing and riddled with the twists and turns we have come to expect from RG Manse. I couldn’t put it down. This is the third book in the Frank Friendship series, and definitely the best one yet. It is primarily a mystery but crosses into several genres and will be enjoyed by fans of contemporary fiction, drama and humour as well. It can be read as a standalone novel but is definitely best appreciated as part of the series. I requested a copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.
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    Great story line

    I've read all the books in this series that are available and I must say it was enjoyable. I could not put this book down. Any of them, I had to find out what happens next. I'm looking forward to more. Please, keep them coming.
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    captivating, strong characters, funny

    Deny Friendship was, for me personally, quite emotional. I cried for Steven because I pitied him, I laughed with Frank (my, what a character!) and I was angry with Claire. It was a captivating story of a boy no one knew existed. Half way through the book I started reading slower and slower as I knew the book was coming to an end and I was not ready to let Frank go, yet. Having finished the 3 Frank Friendship books, I really miss Frank and the crazy situations he always finds himself in. Screw Friendship, Pursue Friendship and Deny Friendship are the best books I own! I am so glad I discovered them and I hope many more people will.
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    Absolutely brilliant!

    This entire series is absolutely brilliant! The characters are quirky and engaging but above all very real. Each of the books in this series get better and better and so far Deny has reached a pinnacle that I can't wait to see surpassed in the next instalment. There is mystery, angst, edgy humour, empathy and an inherent honesty in these books. No person is unworthy and these books express a humanity that is rarely seen. If you are looking for an all-night page-turner with edge of the seat twists, this book (and the others in the series) is a perfect choice.
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    This is the best book I have read this year

    I do not even know where to begin, after Screw and Pursue Friendship I was hooked and Deny did not disappoint. This book is an emotional coaster, you laugh, you cry, you get angry and hopeful, all within a turn of a page and it's wonderful. Frank is the most awesome good guy in the most non-traditional way and it works. If you read Screw and quit or read Screw and Pursue and decided to stop there you are missing out, the fun has just started I believe and why would you want to miss out? Do yourself a favor and read it, you won't be disappointed.
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