Thief

Adult
Rated 2.50/5 based on 2 reviews
This is a short story about a quirky FBI consultant who has to find the person responsible for a string of bank robberies while being plagued with the voice his dead father, his stony boss, and himself. More
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Words: 7,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465952356
About J.P. Yager

Writing books is one of the best forms of expression. You get to take a reader through your imagination and hope they enjoy the ride. I’ve been writing since I was in 3rd grade. Back then I was into Scary Stories then Scary Stories for Sleepovers. This led to R.L. Stein and then Stephen King. At some point I decided I didn’t like getting scared or scaring others. I found my voice again with fantasy and science fiction. You can have the dark imaginative evil bad guys with the hopeful underdog good guys. Plus I really like building up to an ending instead of a frightening shocker. I’m doing science fiction now but I have a fantasy story lined up soon.

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Review by: Jessica Thomas on Nov. 14, 2011 :
This has been one of the most difficult stories to read on here as of yet. I hope your other works are better and you actually put a little more effort into them. The story was very bland and hard to follow. This was also some of the cheesiest dialogue I've come across, especially for someone that's suppose to be a disgruntled FBI agent. One of the easiest things you can do to show you care about your work is to spell check/proofread it. Every single page had errors on it, usually more than one per page, and you even had some check it over afterwards? Sorry for the rant, but it really gets me when "writers" can't even do something that simple for their audience.
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Review by: Suzy Stewart Dubot on Nov. 13, 2011 :
I particularly enjoyed the humour, which may be what you are selling in the long run? It had me laughing with the consultant's dialogue and his view of things. I highly recommend continuing with comedy writing as you have a knack for it. In this story it was more important than solving the crimes (which I found a little far-fetched)!
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