'the Proposition' (A Bundy Quicksilver Mystery)

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Bundy Quicksilver received two medals from the Commissioner of Police twenty years after he retired.

He wrote a letter to show his appreciation; and received a telephone call from the Commissioner wanting him to visit his office.

Upon his visit, the Commissioner offered Bundy a proposal which he couldn’t refuse. More
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About Pat Ritter

Hi Everyone,

Let me introduce myself. My name is Pat Ritter. Since 1988 I have been writing and publishing books. In 2009 I decided to publish my books as e-books on this and other websites.

Writing and self-publishing became expensive especially the marketing end of the business. I experienced little problems with my first book 'Closing The Gap' however after writing and self-publishing six other books the printing costs out-weighed the cost of production.

At this stage of my writing I am converting from writing true life stories to fictional or better known - storytelling and it's difficult I can tell you. I'm giving it my best.

Reading is a passion. When I read I try and place myself in the writer's seat and endeavour to work out how they wrote the story. I enjoy reading interesting stories filled with passion, desire with a happy ending.

If you have a look at my website www.patritter.com.au all of my books are exhibited plus stories I have written and published.

I'm happy to meet you.

I'm also proud to be involved in Operation eBook Drop.

Pat Ritter
Author/Self Publisher

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Reviews of 'the Proposition' (A Bundy Quicksilver Mystery) by Pat Ritter

Trish Wesley reviewed on Nov. 20, 2012

Dear Pat
Have this minute finished reading you book. I enjoyed it very much. Write another soon please. I loved all the 'sayings' I remember them all so clearly. Well done
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
RagTag reviewed on Nov. 10, 2012

Both my wife and myself read this book and find it had a great story line and kept us turning the pages to see what was happening next.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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