Good Old Uncle Norman

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Do you have a goofy relative who is constantly playing pranks? Is there something not quite right about the new home you are moving into - but you can't put your finger on it? Combine the two and you have Uncle Norman and his oddball idea of justice - justice for someone who was murdered and discovery of the killers who got away - well, almost. More

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Words: 6,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452412702
About Karin Ficke Cook

I'm 65 (I'm old), an American from Iowa living in my old high school(which is now a senior apartment complex in Davenport) and was married to L.M. Cook who lived in Oldham, UK). We met on the Internet, married in England andwere married for 16 years until his death in June 1013. We had no children, but have a rescue cat named Jade and my hobbies range from regional cooking to beading and plaster statuary restoration. There are a lot more interests, but there isn't room here!! I am a published author of four traditional novels (which are a series) and I normally write in the mystery/crime category. A portion of the royalties from my ebooks (when I have gone into profitability) will be donated to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Rotary International to provide needed vaccines to poor countries, especially to combat Polio, which has now resurfaced globally. I had Polio at age four and a half and now have Post Polio Syndrome, which is why I became a writer. I was unable to continue in sales, so I used my background to become a published author at age 55. Although I am retired, I am a full-time author and manage to work in photography when I'm able. But now it is time to sell my work, create new books and my time has now been booked up for the next five years with lots of new projects. I thought retirement was supposed to give you free time? NOT.

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Review by: Michael Cook on Aug. 31, 2011 :
I wouldn't want to give the plot away, but this ebook certainly has a begining a middle and and end, with a surprise or two thrown in for good measure. It's easy to read and easy to follow with good characters, especially Uncle Norman, a rather tricky old coot - as you will soon learn.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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