Fairytale Confidential

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Andy Clarke is a kid from the wrong side of town. Except this town is where they used to make folktales. After years of decline they're finally making a new one and Andy gets his big break. Then an actor is murdered. Unwittingly Andy and his friend Beau are drawn into the corrupt underbelly of the folktale world. Everybody has something to hide and it leads all the way to the top.

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About Richard Kerr

Richard Kerr was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland at the end of 60s when the conflict began. He left for London 25 years later just in time for peace to break out. Despite this the 70s were a happy time and childhood was a place where everything was possible and school holidays were never long enough.

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Review by: Jan Ward on Feb. 5, 2013 :
I absolutely loved this book. It's so nice to get an ORIGINAL plot and cast of characters. I found a few spelling errors, but very few, unlike so many of the free books I have read that I literally couldn't finish because of grammatical and spelling mistakes. The concept was very original, as said - a murder mystery set in the land where fairy tales originated, complete with the big bad wolf, of course. I would highly recommend this to anyone loving the unusual, fantasy, murder mystery or just a plain ol' good story! I hope for many more from this author.
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Review by: Claire Williams on Aug. 22, 2012 : (no rating)
Funny and enjoyable to read. Thanks for bringing the characters into my life!
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Review by: Nana Marty on July 10, 2012 :
Very clever idea, well done, very readable. Some minor editing issues. Enjoy it, I did.
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Review by: Deb Mader on July 3, 2012 :
I really enjoyed this tale from start to finish. Once you realize it's written in the "voice" of a young boy it goes quickly and smoothly. The characters were fun and engaging, the plot well done and tied up nicely at the end. I'm knocking off one star due to formatting/editing issues. It wasn't constant but enough to take me out of the story. Examples: "usuualy" for usually, "you" for your and so on. There was an awkward sentence or two that didn't get cleaned up on editing but do not let that stop you from downloading and reading this!

Again, very well written and I plan on checking out more by this author.
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