A Midcoast Murder

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  • Title: A Midcoast Murder
  • Author: Stephen E. Stanley
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  • Page: 439
  • Format: Kindle Edition

[PDF] A Midcoast Murder | by ☆ Stephen E. Stanley - A Midcoast Murder, A Midcoast Murder High school English teacher Jesse Ashworth is in the midst of a mid life crisis Should he take early retirement or continue teaching When his best friend Rhonda Shepard retires and moves to the coas

A Midcoast Murder, [PDF] A Midcoast Murder | by ☆ Stephen E. Stanley, A Midcoast Murder, Stephen E. Stanley, A Midcoast Murder High school English teacher Jesse Ashworth is in the midst of a mid life crisis Should he take early retirement or continue teaching When his best friend Rhonda Shepard retires and moves to the coast of Maine to open a gift shop Jesse offers to help her set up her business Much to Jesse s surprise Rhonda s gift shop in located in the town where Jesse grew up Jesse mHigh schoo. [PDF] A Midcoast Murder | by ☆ Stephen E. Stanley - A Midcoast Murder, A Midcoast Murder High school English teacher Jesse Ashworth is in the midst of a mid life crisis Should he take early retirement or continue teaching When his best friend Rhonda Shepard retires and moves to the coas

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A Midcoast Murder

Comments A Midcoast Murder

  1. The main plot is actually pretty good, but the editing is terrible Every chapter has at least one technical editing issue misspelled words, missing punctuation, or other grammatical concerns As other readers have indicated, there are too many asides from the narrator, making the text disjointed In addition, at least for me, the narrator has WAY too many things going on at once for himself We ve got romance and home and workplace and pets and hobbies and community and and and I m all for fully ro [...]


  2. Here we have a great premise for a series, with the retired schoolteacher and the small town cop banding together to solve mysteries, and I appreciated the picture postcard Maine setting as well However, I think the book shows its roots as a first novel it isn t badly written, but could use a little polish And really, an editor should have told the author to remove just about every exclamation point from this manuscript as a rule, I would say that novels simply shouldn t contain too many exclam [...]


  3. This was a very enjoyable book and I hope to find additional writings by this author The main character of this mystery novel was a recently retired single gay man who moves back to his hometown It seems that most gay mysteries I read involve 20 something year old men and while the books are many times enjoyable it is nice to have a character at an age that I can better identify since I am approaching my 50th birthday soon The story and writing is simple and that is not meant as a criticism and [...]


  4. The story itself was pretty good However, what really bothered me was the constant speaking directly to the reader and explaining something about the people from Maine, or his dog For example, the following is typical, and it always pulled me out of it Plan on staying for supper, I said Unless, of course, you have other plans In Maine we still use the term supper for the evening meal Stanley, Stephen E 2009 A Midcoast Murder Kindle Locations 1084 1085 Stonefield Publishing Co Kindle Edition If t [...]


  5. A good read on a lazy weekend Middle aged retired teacher follows friend and fellow retired teacher Rhonda Shepard to his hometown in Bath, Maine and gets involved in the mystery of the skeletal remains found in his new home s back yard.Jesse also finds romance with an old classmate and town chief of police Tim Malloy Loved how the mystery evolved and was finally solved, made me want to move to Maine.


  6. Erg leuk boek waarin de homoseksuele antagonist nu eens niet met iedereen het bed induikt, maar een normaal mens als u en ik met een grote voorliefde voor koken De vierde ster is voor de recepten achter in het boek die gedurende het verhaal worden beschreven Niet te spannend, maar wel met veel humor verteld Snel verder met het tweede boek


  7. A lovely story set in the picturesque town of Bath in Maine with an intriguing cold case murder It was a change and so refreshing to read a story older characters The characters were established so well that I could actually picture them going about their business in the historic town of Bath.


  8. I liked this book a lot Stanley s humor is enjoyable throughout It s good to read about old guys in gay fiction for a change There seem like a few here I might like to tap


  9. If you are a stickler about grammar and editing, then this ebook may prove to be annoying,BUTI liked the story and never get caught up in a editing.