Not a Very Nice Woman

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
A woman is found dead in her room at the care home she lived in, strangled and left lying on her Chinese rug. The death is motiveless, the room otherwise untouched, expensive objects left unstolen; meanwhile, even the fellow residents admit their friend's life was largely a mystery to them, with "decades left unaccounted for". It is left to the detectives to solve her mystery. More
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About John Eider

My pen name is John Eider. I work full time and write at evenings and weekends.

I've been writing for several years now; a mental magpie, I change genre a lot, writing mainly Detective Fiction, Science Fiction, Adventures and an Office Drama. I have seven books on Smashwords:

Detective Novels
– Late of the Payroll
– Not a Very Nice Woman
– Death Without Pity

Psychological Thriller
– The Winter Sickness

Science Fiction
– The Robots
– The Night the Lights Went Out

Office/Personal Drama
– Playing Truant

I write because I have characters, scenes and stories on my mind, and need a stage for them to play on. I hope you enjoy reading them.

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Review by: Francoise Pique on Nov. 23, 2016 :
Good book with interesting plot and characters. I think such a book is worth re-reading for better enjoyment.
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Review by: Angela Arroliga on March 3, 2013 : (no rating)
Likable detective character, interesting.
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Review by: Zoe Chamberlain on Oct. 27, 2012 : (no rating)
Great book that kept you interested up until the end. Needed proof-reading but despite that very believable.
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Review by: Dianne Gowanlock on Aug. 22, 2012 :
A very interesting book on a crime that ocurred in a small town in England. The town histories are well thought out and presented. The details about each character in the story made them very believeable. My one negative comment would be that the author should have proof-read his book more closely. There were spelling and grammatical errors.
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