Book: There's a Killer Lurking At Every Curb by Travis Fordcategories: Book, Crime Fiction, Thriller, Suspence, Murder Mystery, New York, Soebez, Schrinner Soebez, Killer, Novella, Homicide, Detective Mystery
Travis Fordabout this book: "There's a Killer Lurking at Every Curb" is about a body is found dead and a detective named Soebez. Detective Soebez is the usual cop, and he is a good cop working hard to help keep the world safer.
• What inspired you to write this book?
What inspired me to write this book is the like for detective fiction.
• Who are the primary readers of your book?
Readers of crime fiction and readers of Stephen King and Dean Koontz are more than likely to like this work of fiction.
• How did you come up with the title?
Coming up with the title is a real doozy. I needed the title to stand out and say, 'Hey, this is what you read from this title." There is a killer lurking at every curb the prostitues solicitate. They stand at the curb, and solicitate sex. Sure they may stand at the corner like most people would want to say, but, the curb is where they stand the closest because the vehicle pulls to the 'curb', not the corner of the street.
• Why did you choose this cover?
I chose this cover for the mystery effect of the read.
• What was the hardest part of writing your book?
I really liked writing this book and it came natural for me writing it. Naming characters was perhaps the hardest part of the book because with any authority figure, you do not want to slander the individuals in names of characters. But after contacting the entire state of New York, via phone calls and emails, I came up with proper names for my characters.
My persistance in verbal conversations with authorities figures, this work was created and sure to a good respective read.
• Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?
Writing this book, my thrill for author figures who risk their lifes each day has come a more wider knowledge in the hard work they do. Thank you respectively to the ones who help people safe, risk their lives each and every day. My thrill for good detective fiction is increased and may each reader like and respect this book, what it means, and have a greater perspective of what life is and the ones who help keep it save.
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