Who doesn't love a good mystery? What's a mystery without a good dying scene?
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Murder by Moonlight
Janelle M. Berryman
The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card: A Ja...
The Case of the Missing Bubble Gum Card: A Jarvis Mann Hardboiled Detective Short Story
Jarvis Mann is a PI, whose business thrived on the mundane
Paying the bills by shadowing cheating spouses
And working for the fat-cat insurance companies running down false claims
On a Winter’s Sunday afternoon, a young man graces his office steps
His words coaxing with the simple declaration of “Please”
Convincing Jarvis to help find a valuable Ernie Banks rookie baseball card
With a dry sense of humor, Jarvis tours the Denver neighborhood
Door to door until a clue leads to a surprising discovery
A young man’s personal pain revealed
Witnessing a friend’s act of self-sacrifice
Both teenagers teaching Jarvis a life lesson
That will shape him with new hope and resolve
An 8400 word Short Story by R Weir
Plus a preview of the first novel in the Jarvis Mann PI series: Tracking A Shadow
Mark I Jacobson
Mark I Jacobson
Welcome to a Continuum book series.
When the book ends, the story doesn't. The Writer and Victoria live and interact with the real world. Get to know them in real time as the story continues and fiction becomes reality!
She's on a mission to understand the human species. He's a handicapped writer who understands the human species all too well. They have nothing in common, but they may be civilization's only hope as they set out to save the human species from extinction. It's not as easy as it sounds. Along the way, they must solve a mysterious murder and stop a terrorist plot to start World War 3.
The Writer solves mysteries with the help of Victoria's 'virtual reality." Now, it's your turn. Just answer 5 questions for your chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card.
Love the writing style, the 'voice' that sounds so clear its like he's sitting next to my bed reading to me. Check out his website; it's cool without being in any way contrived. Great cover designs, too. This writer is 'one to watch', as they say. Not all short story writers try their hands at novel writing - Carver didn't - but I can't help feeling that if Glenn doesn't it would constitute a crime in its own right. For now, though, let this little gem wet your appetite!