Death By Stupidity

Since the violent death of his wife and son, perpetuated by a serial killer who is still on the loose, Grabor's sworn oath to uphold and abide by the law is still a priority, but its boundaries have begun to blur. In his pursuit of violent criminals, he finds himself constantly pushing the legal limits. With lights flashing and siren blaring he is hoping to get a lead on a year-long unsolved case. More

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About Margaret Craig

Writing, and the words used to do so, has always been a relaxing, intriguing, perpetually rewarding activity for me. Whether it be factual, such as in the lesson plans created for 26 years, or the newspaper articles provided as principal of my K-6 school or the many grant applications submitted, or be it in my fictional writing, as in my creative writing class, or my personal books of fiction, the joy of focusing my attention on the art and application of writing has always been my relief from the pressures of regular daily life. Also it has been there for me at times of crisis as in the poem I wrote at time of my grandmother's funeral. As a girl of sixteen at the time, hers was my first family loss, and very difficult, but I found writing a poem during the proceedings as my gift to her and my mom helped me through the process.

I currently enjoy the time I have gained in my retirement to focus more. Death By Stupidity is my first completed novel. I have to say the experience of writing it and submitting it and having it accepted to be included in the Premium Catalog is one of the most joyful moments I've had. It has inspired me to go forth with my works in progress, honing my skills as I do so, and hopefully entertaining people as they relax with my books.

It would be such a pleasure to hear from people who have read my works of fiction. I will be checking on my Facebook page and my Twitter account to have the chance to connect with you.

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Review by: Debra Helton on Jan. 11, 2018 : (no rating)
I haven't finished the book yet but it has colorful dialogue, realistic characters and an interesting story line so far. Anxious to get back to it to see how it unfolds.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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