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Book Review: The Mullet Masters by James Malcolm Holding III


James Malcolm Holding III is a native of Florida and currently lives with his wife, Pamela Dianne Holding, in Georgia, where he owns his own business, Top-Gun Floor and Carpet Cleaning. In addition to writing, Mr. Holding enjoys big game fishing and hunting and fresh water fishing.

The Mullet Masters is the author’s first published work, and the story is based on his own youthful entrepreneurial experiences, which coincide with those of the character Charlie Harrison.


The Mullet Masters is the story of two young boys, Charlie Harrison and Jim Dixon, whose opposing characteristics and personalities complement one another in both friendship and business.

Although they are too young to secure regular summer employment, both feel the need to earn real money during their summer break – not only for themselves but also to help out their families. Together they develop a plan to provide local bait and tackle shops with fresh mullet, benefiting both their own finances as well as those of the shop owners. Their plan succeeds beyond their wildest dreams, and soon Charlie and Jim are recruiting their friends to work for them.

The results of their creative determination include the discovery that work can be both fun and profitable, and the two also take great pleasure in sharing their new found success with their family and friends. The Mullet Masters offers an engaging and appealing tale of youthful enthusiasm while offering a model of a positive and healthy work ethic.

Review: It is great to read about a book that talks about the enthusiasm of two young boys who develop a plan to make money during the summer holiday. They discover the world of big money and success by selling mullet to the shops that use them as bait. This book will give young teens a great ideal for summer jobs.



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I received a complimentary copy of The Mullet Mastersl as a member of the Dorrance Publishing Book Review Team.Visit  to learn how you can become a member of the Book Review Team.


December 14, 2011 - Posted by | Book Review | , , , ,

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