Book: The Handy Man by Liberty Dendroncategories: Book, Crazy Criminals, Short Story, High Society, Greed and Bribery, Detective
Liberty Dendronabout this book: You have entered a world of fictional crime, where greed, bribery and selfish desire lurk in the minds of normal folks and spur them to commit heinous crimes.
It is also a world of detectives – private eyes and maverick cops – who see what mere mortals overlook, uncover hidden clues and shift through evidence to bring the guilty to justice.
Innocent victims caught up in a nightmare of false accusations and dangerous events beyond their control.
A handy man snooping through dresser draws, peering through keyholes and listening threw doors. Into the lives of genteel society to uncover dark secrets. Daring crooks vying for one great score and the determined detectives in hot pursuit. Crazed criminals, daring detectives, and damsels in distress, pernicious plots, malicious murder, and tantalizing tales!
I write like I see it, with comments, suggestions, and helpful examples where needed. Creative Writing is my specialty. I evaluate my thoughts and then use them to find my voice, and a way to make my story shine. Even the best and most established writers need a fresh point of view after reworking their chapters several times. Sometime I am too close to the action on the pages, and a fresh view of my plot and characters makes everything fall into place.
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