John: The Senior Killer

Rated 2.75/5 based on 4 reviews
A serial killer is murdering senior citizens. No one can stop him. Not the local authorities or the FBI. A special team working as a covert force directly for the President of the United States is called upon to stop this killer. Brad Pratt and his team are led on a merry chase with the killer leaving tauting clues. A unique ending awaits the reader. More
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Words: 74,930
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465776679
About Robert C. Waggoner

I love to tell a story, but after all is said and done, I need help with editing. Friends are great, but are not editors. Besides I live out of country, semi-retired, with forgetfulness knocking on my door. What you see are my first attemps at self publishing.
I promise better work to come.

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Review by: Kate Stacey on April 24, 2013 :
Story started out ok and then became somewhat farcical. Very poorly edited and sentences did not make sense and made the whole thing hard going to read. Would need extensive re-write and editing to make it a worthwhile read.
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Review by: Theresa Chapman on Jan. 20, 2013 :
this as a very well written book. i would read more from this author. keep the good work up.
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Review by: Nora Lee on Sep. 22, 2011 :
The author lived in South Korean and taught English there. Hence, the extensive information on Korean culture and cooking. What I don't understand are the poor English writing skills exhibited here. The sentence structure is very poor and confusing; words are misspelled, missing or unneeded and too many cliché phrases are used; not the mark of an English major. I would have guessed it was written by a foreigner and translated by someone who did a very poor job. The story concept started off very good and was interesting but near the end fell apart; old people following orders to lay down quietly to be murdered, and the killer sitting silent while being secured inside a car and doused with gasoline and having nothing to say about it. When a lonely 76 year old woman willingly gave the killer a blow job (her first) and he killed her as she finished I lost interest. Too many scenes are unreal and even with a good rewrite and credible editing this couldn't be a five, but now it's so difficult to read I rate it a 2 and that's generous.
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Review by: Kimmie on Aug. 22, 2011 :
If the writer had proofed read this story before putting it on Smashwords, he would have had one hell of a book.
I found it riveting but very frustrating as well. So many spelling mistakes or just the wrong word in the wrong place. If I hadn't been caught up with the story I think I would have given up on it.
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