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Blue Coyote Motel is a well-written, easy to read novel shedding light on many different facets of addiction. I loved how the author carefully introduced us to the cast of characters in the first half of the book by drawing us into their lives and then revealed how their lives intertwined in the second half. Very well done and I loved the suspense that led to the reveal. I pulled for each of the characters in their individual situations, battling their own demons in their own way. It brought to light the fact that each of us have some form of addiction in our lives and identifying the addiction is often something we are hesitant to do. I'm excited to see how the next chapter plays out in Coyote in Providence.