Tag Archive: investigation

Oct 25

Book Review: The Dispatcher

The Dispatcher by John Scalzi If someone wants to make the case that the novella is the perfect length for a sci-fi story, John Scalzi will undoubtedly find his work in the “pro” column. This novella takes a simple premise–murder victims come back to life–and explores it. The main character is a dispatcher, someone hired …

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May 14

Changer’s Turf – Chapter Nineteen

New to the story? S’okay–go here.   Can’t wait for more? This book is already available for purchase. You can buy the paperback here and the kindle version here and the smashwords page with other e-formats here. Like the book, but short on cash?  New chapter next week!      Chapter Nineteen     Albers opened the documents one at a …

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Jan 15

Changer’s Turf – Chapter Two

  Chapter Two Wait! I missed chapter one! S’okay–go here.     Kit sat in the living room reading a book about the hundreds of things that could go wrong when you tried to create a human being and expel it, still alive, through a hole smaller than its head. It was grisly and horrifying, …

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Oct 02

Book Review: Gone Girl

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn Half epistolary, half true-crime-style narrative, this book amazed and compelled me. It starts out when Amy, Nick’s wife, has gone missing. Nick dutifully calls the police, then starts to fall apart as the evidence that he murdered Amy piles up. Amy’s story begins in her journal, as she tells about …

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