The Junkyard Murders

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Jodie Hamilton is a psychic consultant for police department. Yet despite all the help she had given, the police will not listen to her when victims of a killer are telling her the location of a killer. So in order to the get police to listen to her, she sneaks onto the killer's hideout, a long forgotten ran down junkyard, to get some photographs as proof. But things do not go great as the killer. More
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About Samie Foster

Hello everyone. My name is Samie Foster, and there’s nothing special about me. Sure, I may have bachelors in geology and am trying to make a decent living in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest, but the most important thing you need to know is I’m eccentric about writing. No matter what life throws at me, my way of relaxing is grabbing a pen and notebook, and just jotting things down. Whether I am successful or not, it’s clear I will never stop. I clearly suffer from an over active imagination and writing is my diagnosis. I have a little a little bit of everything thrown out into the wilds of the book world now. Short and long. Scary and whimsical. There should just be a little bit of something for everyone if you just look hard enough.

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Review by: Brenna Pappert on Aug. 3, 2014 :
I enjoyed this book. Please, keep writing. This would make a good full length novel.
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Review by: John Denning on Aug. 3, 2014 : (no rating)
Hello, I actually really enjoyed this. You have a lot of passion in your writing. I hope you don't mind me saying, just watch the grammar, and avoid using a passive voice, for example -
'It was in the heart of a junkyard that had been abandoned by Chicago for some time now.' Better, IMHO would be - 'It was in the heart of a junkyard Chicago had long since abandoned.'
Otherwise like I said really good. You actually scared me when I was stuck in that room! Don't ever lose that passion.
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