Caroline

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A prominent local businessman walks into a police station suffering from an apparent breakdown and confesses to murder. A body is found triggering a murder investigation that seems an open and shut case - until Caroline tells her story. A short story.One of six short stories also published in an anthology by the author under the title 'Pieces of Fate'.

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Published by Red Cap Publishing
Words: 9,390
Language: English
ISBN: 9780956436955
About David P Elliot

David P Elliot was born in Reading in the UK and, apart from 8 years in the Police Service in the 1970s, he spent almost 30 years in the IT industry before leaving to concentrate on his first love, writing.
His debut novel ‘CLAN’, to which ‘The Gathering’ is a sequel, is a historical, supernatural thriller, first published in December 2008 and so far has sold in 16 countries, as well as being translated into German and can be downloaded as an audio book in MP3 or iPod formats narrated by the author.
He has 3 grown up children and 3 grandchildren one of which inspired the novel.
He now lives in Faringdon UK, with his partner Monika, a native of Munich.
‘Pieces of Fate’ his second book is an anthology of short stories in the ‘Tales of the Unexpected’ mode and is available in paperback or as an e-book, with the individual stories available only in e-book form.
He is also working on developing ‘Clan’ as a feature film.
You can find out more at www.davidpelliot.com

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Reviews

Review by: Rick Friedman on Nov. 19, 2010 :
Quite simply- BRILLIANT-astory that has so many facets to it- character.plot and so very vivid location- which to me was also a main character- a story not simply to read- but to savor!
Rick
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(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Rosemary Miles on Oct. 05, 2010 :
I really enjoyed this short story. In fact, I wish it had been longer so that I didn't finish it so quickly. The author obviously had good knowledge of police procedures as the atmosphere he created of the police station and questioning was totally believable and the ending was completely unexpected. I'm looking forward to more short stories in the not too distant future.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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