Mystery Spot

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  Mystery Spot

    Davia the devil? I don’t want to sound mean, but I shouldn’t be in charge of the IT department of the house while Fran is gone. Worse than that, Boris wants to tap into the corporate domain and make us here at the estate, a sub-domain. Thurston Richenbach is old but still in charge of his wits and fortune. But, he doesn’t get out much any more. Slowly, the third floor has become the corporate settings for meetings of the board and staff which is in NY. No wonder Fran beat it. She’s returning shortly and Lisa needs to get with it or they need to hire an IT professional full time. - Why so many kids here? Mr. Dupuis is part of the financial team for the Richenbach fortune. Consider there are 27 full time accountants in NY and you get the picture. But Thurston did stop me on the stairs to ask about the busted laptop. He’s elderly but sharp. “I heard you found a broken laptop recently Davia?” He also reads minds. “Yes, Sir, I found it in the Baxter room and took it up stairs to salvage for parts as it was too far gone.” He nodded but didn’t press the issue. “I’m glad you gave it to security. I really need Jim or Pete to come back soon as we have to shore up security once again do to some recent changes.” I escaped that one, I didn’t want to have to tell him it was the Dupuis kids that broke it even if he knows already. - Did I shirk my detective duties by not investigating? Yes, I did. I have too much chemistry work to do besides get ready to move my “tech room” upstairs to make way for more offices. - Several folks mentioned the detective ten commandments and further explanation of what Peter called the “five doors of detective work.” I’m just learning myself. If you would like to see private pages on this site, write a quick note saying so and perhaps we can expand it.   

 

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The Next Act

The Next Act

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Comments from Editorial Reviewers: “The drama here is in the nuts and bolts of ferreting out the mystery in some off-beat cases.” – Palmettoreview.com  -  “A highly entertaining mystery and crime book containing 20 short stories.” TBR- topbookreviewers.com  -  The story, and its placement, indicates right away that this isn’t your typical detective book… Palmettoreview.com Comments from Amazon Reviews:   “I found them to be the most unusual and unique cases, that you normally don’t hear about. Like an office building full of employees who keep getting sick, even after returning from recovering from the illness.” – Amazon review  -  “Many of the stories have a humorous side to them as well.” - Amazon review   “Jim is often accompanied by his family, primarily his techno-wiz son. I liked this angle, as it shows his family life as well as progresses the current case.” - Amazon review  -  “Each curious story I read before bed leaves me with a smile.” – Amazon review   -  “Many of Jim’s cases discussed were sort of off the wall, and it was in that aspect that I really found this book interesting.” – Amazon review Comments from Friends (whom I’ve not asked to give us an Amazon review): “Should be a text book.” – Cathy. “A teaching book.” – Ann  “Should be a movie.” – Roy. “I’ve had to put down 4 best seller’s recently, they were boring! I’ve read some stories in, The Next Act, three times already. You won’t be bored, I promise – Davia” –  “What funny and odd detective stories” – Brenda.  “Better than the book I’m reading now that’s on the best seller list.” – Johnny The Case Book of Detective Jim Jesson. This was our first small book with 10 stories we wrote in 2012. We decided to publish it and is available for .99 cents on Amazon. We’re on –  BOOKBUZZ    BROADWAY    PR.COM    NEWBOOKJOURNAL     GOODREADS    PORTSMOUTH HERALD              

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