Of Mice and Murderers - Book 1 in The Z-Detective Series

Adult
Rated 1.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Meet Big Bob Zapolska (Z for short), an unlicensed private eye whose healthy disregard for legal "technicalities," lands him in the middle of some interesting situations. Z may be a loner. He may be a loser. He may, in fact, be a dangerous pyromaniac. But if someone has cheated you --- if someone is crowding you --- it's good to have the Z-man on your side!
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more read online

Price: Free! USD

Words: 85,180
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452396699
About John Stockmyer

John G. Stockmyer is an individual whose irrepressible creativity has manifested itself in many ways: as a poet, teacher, produced playwright, author, co-owner of an educational materials business, creator of a time-machine simulator, and, more recently, as a podcaster and producer of eBooks. During his career he has received awards for scholarship, numerous teaching awards and, as a writer, was a Thorpe Menn finalist.

He is the co-author of three non-fiction books: Unleashing the Right Side of the Brain - The Stephen Greene Press, Life Trek: The Odyssey of Adult Development - Humanics, and Right Brain Romance - Ginn Press. He is also the author of over 25 works of fiction, including the Crime/Hard-Boiled "Z-Detective" Series, and the Science-Fiction/Fantasy "Under The Stairs" Series. He has also written a quirky vampire novel titled, The Gentleman Vampire.

John G. Stockmyer is now semi-retired from a 40+ year career as an Ancient/European History Professor at Maple Woods Community College, but still teaches and writes part-time. He currently lives in the Midwest with his wife Connie.

Also by This Author

Reviews

Review by: Nora Lee on Oct. 20, 2011 :
I have three things to say about this story. It's boring, boring, boring. Sorry, but I'd like some action instead of endless introspection. Editing and sentence structure are both bad, bad, bad. Details of small trivial items are overwhelming and the writer uses the name Z over and over; Z did this, Z did that. ZZZZZZZZs put me to sleep. After reading 15% I still wasn't interested and quit. I don't recommend it, so that makes it a 1.0.
(review of free book)

Review by: Marti xx on July 28, 2011 : (no rating)
Great story, great writing. The only nagging annoyance was the constant flamboyant and unnecessary use of quotation marks throughout the book. One suspects that either he had no editor, or that his editor could not dissuade him from this annoying use, and I found that it distracted me from fully enjoying an otherwise excellent book.
(review of free book)

Report this book