The Last Cowboy in the East

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When Detective Sergeant Harriet is working the night shift in a backwater town in Ireland, she doesn't expect to arrest a fully blown cowboy, bruised and belligerent. She digs into his story and faces up to some home truths of her own.
A Why-Done-It.
1,989 Words. Includes chapter 1 of The Story of Plan B More
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Words: 4,510
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466051812
About Kate Dempsey

Kate Dempsey writes fiction and poetry and lives in Ireland. She has been collecting jobs for her author biography since she could read. She has worked as a coffee grinder, a terrible waitress in Woolworths, a Harrods shop assistant, a computer programmer, a technical writer, a writer in schools and a mother. She's lived in England, Scotland, The Netherlands, South West USA and now in Ireland.
These diverse jobs and homes are reflected in her witty, observational writing, which is widely published in Ireland and the UK. Her short stories have been broadcast on RTE Radio and published in the Poolbeg Anthology 'Do The Write Thing.' She was shortlisted for the Hennessey New Irish Writing award three times and her poetry in many magazines and anthologies. She runs the Poetry Divas Collective, a glittering group of women who blur the wobbly boundaries between page and stage at cool events all over Ireland.
Her first novel, The Story of Plan B, was shortlisted for the London Book Fair LitIdol.

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Review by: Jennifer Oberth on Nov. 19, 2011 : (no rating)
Hey, that's not fair. This is in the free eBooks section and the download says full book but it's only a sample with a link at the end for the rest of the book at cost.

Seriously, undo this, author. This is a terrible technique that will only make people ban you and your works. Believe in your books and offer a 25% sample for free of your priced novel.
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Review by: Nora Lee on Aug. 25, 2011 :
This short story is not 4,500 words as advertised, but about a 2,000 word short before some chapters of another book the author is pushing. Another marketing gimmick that is not mentioned in the description. I deplore this kind of trickery. The Last Cowboy itself is not a mystery at all, he was arrested after an altercation where a policeman was punched and then he is released. Sorry author but this get you a rating of one.
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