“I’ve read it and it’s wonderful. I’d love to see The Pepper Kid in stores, or as a documentary. I find it fascinating and the research first rate.” – Michael Holmes, Executive Editor, ECW Press.
“…a must read for anyone associated with hockey,its history,and the legacy of Ken Randall whose grit and determination leaps off the page. You have scored a hat trick in bringing this story to life. Your attention to detail is only surpassed by your vivid description of how the sport was born,the games they played,and the ferocity and passion of Ken Randall. Your descriptive prose is exhaustive,absorbing,and simply brilliant.”- Darryl Dinsdale Principal, Personal Portfolios , Merrimack, New Hampshire.
“A wonderful description of the early days of the NHL.The way you describe Ken Randall’s hockey abilities it’s a shame he’s not a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame….loved the book!”-William Fox, Fox Law,Peterborough,On.
“I very much enjoyed reading ‘The Pepper Kid’. I never realized hockey in the 1920’s was so brutal,yet so promising.”-John A.Finley,member of the Society for International Hockey Research.
” This is a masterpiece of hockey history and literary talent.Once I started reading the hockey history and recounting of Ken Randall’s career,putting the book down was not an option.”-Rob McCarthy, former NCAA hockey star.
“Amazing book.Well done.” -Lorne Bell.member of the Society for International Hockey Research.
“Just finished ‘The Pepper Kid’….really well done. The research is extensive and outstanding and the writing crisp and fluid. Thoroughly enjoyed the history.Well done.” -Kevin Shea, writer and historian and author of best seller.”The Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club-Official Centennial publication 1917-2017″.