The Trouble with Thorndyke

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Just what is the trouble with Thorndyke? He doesn't even know himself but he's in it neck deep!

A story written by five different authors, each picking up where the last left off. A crazy story that we hope you will enjoy as much as we enjoyed writing it...
The proceeds from the sale of this collection will go to the charity 'Sea Shepherd' who protects our oceans and wildlife within. More

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Words: 17,340
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476368863
About Top Writers Block

A group of writers who has decided to write stories together - just for the fun of it!
I am happy to announce that authors proceeds have now gone to Sea Shepherd.fr twice! Thank you to those who have supported the group.

In the the short story, The Trouble with Thorndyke,' each has written a chapter following the story's thread but has no idea where the next chapter will lead! The writer picking up the thread has gone where he will as long as the continuity of the story was respected.
The authors of 'The Trouble with Thorndyke' are : Anna Scott Graham, Barnaby Wilde, Gary Weston, Jeffra Hays & Suzy Stewart Dubot.
It was agreed amongst us that proceeds from 'The Trouble with Thorndyke' will go to the international ocean protection charity Sea Shepherd.

The following collections are all written on a theme. 'Painted Door' was the first and as you can see, others have followed. Each author contributes when he has the time, so some of the collections have as many as twelve authors participating.
All the Top Writers Block's proceeds will go to Sea Shepherd, so by buying you are helping to keep our oceans alive!

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Review by: David H. Keith on April 06, 2012 : (no rating)
My congratulations to the eminent members of The Writers Block. They have crafted a pleasant, if simplistic, little yarn and even invite the reader into the twisted world of us writers. Just as musicians will encourage their audiences to join in the song, The Writers Block's crew drags the reader in to join in the ending chorus of "their" song. Readers will find this easy to read and engaging from the beginning.

I initially envisioned this project as akin to the "Thieves' World" series in the 1970s. It isn't. It's its own beast, and I do look forward to other offerings by this group of writers.

Oh, and for the record, I preferred Alternate Ending 17-A.

David H. Keith
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(reviewed the day of purchase)

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