Stephanie Isn't Here

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A young high school science teacher, after weathering several family crises -- including the mysterious, unsolved murder of his wife -- is accused, tried, convicted and condemned to death some months later for the brutal killing of one of his young students. Can he survive all this? Is he guilty or innocent? More

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Words: 81,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9780978697174
About C. Norman Noble

Norm Noble has been writing professionally since 1963 and has published over 100 articles and booklets covering fields as diverse as marketing, sales, aircraft electronics, marine electronics, and energy management.
Following a successful career in the aerospace industry, where he managed international sales and marketing groups for major corporations, he was the owner of THE NOBLE GROUP, a publisher of custom newsletters for corporations.
In 1989, his non-fiction book titled Advertising Your Church Services was published, and in 2004, his novel, In the Still of the Night, a story of tragedy in the skies, was published. An historical adventure novel, Changing of the Gods, about a con game in 66 AD Corinth, was published in 2006, and in 2007 he published an aviation spy thriller entitled Prophet. Details on all these books can be found on the author’s website, which is located at www.normoble.com.
Norm has traveled extensively (up to 150,000 miles a year) and has spent time in 78 countries on six continents.

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Review by: Gary Swinford on Oct. 03, 2011 :
Great Book. The detailed description setting up the story was good. I was upset at the verdict on the hero, but a great story prevailed. Easy and quick read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Dick Bither on Sep. 15, 2011 :
Great book. I enjoyed the second half of the book more than setting up of the real story. Good detective work described as well as shoddy policework. Story moved along swiftly and was easy reading. Downloaded for only $3.99.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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