Ybor Noir - A Frank Geddy Short

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Finalist for the 2012 “Creative Loafing” Short Fiction Contest (3000 words or less), "Editor's Choice" and "Reader's Choice" awards.~~"As I read this story the voices in my head were interchanging between Humphrey Bogart (Casablanca), Clint Eastwood (Dirty Harry), Elliot Ness (The Untouchables) & Dick Tracy (As Himself). This is a great little read, PI Frank Geddy has a new fan." More
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About John David

-My writing style is direct and honest. I don't pull punches or write as if I am getting paid by the word. My goals as a writer are to educate, amuse, engage, and entertain the reader. I know times are difficult for many of us, and I have worked very hard to produce quality, well-written and edited books that deliver great value.

-The new series of short detective fiction from the "Noir De Jure" imprint is now available. "Ybor Noir," the first title, was a finalist for both Reader's Choice and Editor's Choice awards.

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Review by: kari cook on July 19, 2013 :
This is a quick read. The mystery was OK but there was not much to it. Not a lot of background just a quick light read. Enjoy
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