Lane 1 Closure

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When the hard-bitten Police Sarge in Traffic Control hears about a broken down vehicle on the motorway from a rookie patrolman and his partner, are they pulling his leg? A whimisical tale set just before dawn on Christmas morning. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 2,180
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301625000
About Tony Spencer

Have published 22 books since 1998, one out of print, 20 available on Smashwords and 1 on Amazon. I have a fourth novel half-finished in the pipeline, due to publish in 2014. I hope to have another volume of short stories ready for next Spring.
A grandfather of two angels, happily married for 38 years to another, living in Hampshire, England, about 35 miles west of London. I had worked for over 40 years as a printer and proofreader but currently occupied on road maintenance, and writing in my spare time. Also an editor of football programmes and have written weekly sports reports now for almost 20 years in local newspapers. Now concentrating on romantic fiction, mostly short stories, with occaisional novellas and novels.

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Review by: philomena callan on Dec. 11, 2013 :
I've not read any books by Tony before. I've had this book a while but wanted to wait til nearer Christmas to read this one.
What a lovely surprise it was. Although it was short it had a lovely storyline to it. It's definetly a fun read that had me chuckling to myself:)
(review of free book)

Review by: sue ward on Nov. 17, 2013 :
This is a short story written by Tony Spencer. He never promotes his books as he write for a hobby and nothing else, but, I had to say I thought this story fun. Its a very short entertaining book. I read it whilst having my tea and toast this morning. I was in the group Philomena and I manage along with authors and asked about anyone having any Christmas based books they would like us to read for December as although we have heaps to read, it would be nice to read and review some during this time period.
Tony left a link and said [very humbly] that he has this one that is short, I might like but not sue of.

These were his words:
This was my 3rd self-published short (2180 words) story written last Christmas for my NCC highways chums.

Although I am in the middle of reading a previous book, out of curiosity I opened it, and before before I knew it, I had read read. It made me chuckle. Loved his style.

So if you are looking for a quick read whilst sitting and have a 10 minute cuppa, have a read.
(review of free book)

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