Always Such a Quiet Street

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Ryan’s peaceful neighborhood walk turns violent when he’s forced to stop a threatening gunman. He jumps into action to protect Lucy, only a few years older than himself. Afterward, he avoids that street. But Lucy sees him at the grocery store and wants to thank him with dinner. Reluctantly, he accepts her invitation. The food is great but her idea of justice puts him to the test. More

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Words: 10,840
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311507815
About Walter Rice

WALTER RICE is the author of several works of crime fiction and is a former newspaper editor and reporter in the Pacific Northwest. He also paints, often digitally, and plays the piano and writes music. He lives near Seattle with his wife and pets.

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Review by: Wade Fransson on April 30, 2016 :
I met the Author on Twitter, and though Crime / Murder Mysteries are not my genre of choice (I much prefer non-fiction) I agreed to read and review this short story.

Always such a quiet street is a quick stroll down an enjoyable path, and an encounter characters who are instantly familiar and yet intriguing. The plot unfolds at a very enjoyable pace, and when Ryan meets Lucy again I was hooked. I won't give away the ending, but will say that it was both surprising and satisfying. Others may disagree, but that will depend on which of the characters you relate to more closely - which is as it should be.

Well Done Walter Rice.
(review of free book)

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