I, Crime Writer

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I'm a short story writer - only 5 foot 4. This book features crime tales. I write minimalist Flash Fiction; a perfect dip-in volume - fast reads for a fast world. You'll also find a few Mini-Novels - 1500 word tales so full they think they're bigger. So, meet con men, killers, detectives & thieves. Now take my hand. Follow me. Then give it back.
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About Anthony North

Storyteller, Poet, Thinker.
1955 (Yorkshire, England) – I am born (Damn! Already been done). ‘Twas the best of times … (Oh well).
I was actually born in the year of Einstein's death, close to Scrooge's Counting House. It doesn't mean anything but it sounds good.
And also into a family of newsagents. At 18 I did a Dick Whittington and went off to London, only to return to pretend to be Charlie and work in a chocolate factory.
When I was ten I was asked what I wanted to be. I said soldier, writer and Dad. I never thought of it for years – having too much fun, such as a time as lead guitarist in a local rock band – but I served nine years in the RAF, got married and had seven kids. I realized my words had been precognitive when, at age 27, I came down with M.E. – a condition I’ve suffered ever since – and turned my attention to writing.
My essays are based on Patternology, or P-ology, a thought process I devised to work as a bedfellow to specialisation. Holistic, it seeks out patterns the specialist may have missed. The subject is not about truth, but ideas, and covers everything from politics to the paranormal.
I also specialise in Flash Fiction in all genres, most under 600 words, but also Mini Novels - 1500 word tales so full they think they're bigger.

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Review by: Nora Lee on Aug. 21, 2014 :
Some of these shorts are good, others are so short I had to stretch to find a story. Only a few are long enough to develop characters and a decent plot. The others are just snippets of a story. I read to 35% and lost interest.
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Review by: David Howells on April 15, 2013 :
Hat's off to the Limey Lord of Literature, and this colonial means that with the highest of compliments. Each story was different, lively, and more often than not, twisted in a delightfully wicked way. Don't make this bathroom reading, or the family will disown you for camping out.
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Review by: Susan on Oct. 29, 2012 :
Full of clever and entertaining writing. Thank you.
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