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Cleo Dunnit

Copyright © 2008 by Cleo Dunnit.

Library of Congress Control Number: 2008900502
ISBN: Hardcover 978-1-4363-1735-1
Softcover 978-1-4363-1734-4

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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to any actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.

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It has been suggested to me, more than once, that I write an introduction, something that will give the reader an idea of who I am. I know it is a good idea; it is probably a better idea that I give you an idea of who I am than leaving it to your imagination. If your imagination is anything like mine, that is a scary visual. So although I thought it was a good idea, I kept procrastinating. Finally I started to explore why I was procrastinating. I realized to tell you about myself would leave me vulnerable.

Then I got thinking, “Why am I afraid of being vulnerable?” I’m not a bad person; I’m not mean to old ladies, and I don’t kick dogs. Then I realized the only people I would be vulnerable to would be the people I really don’t care about anyway. The people who don’t know me are going to form their own opinion. Some will like me, and some will not, just as I will not like everyone that I meet . . . That is just the way it is, so I finally came to terms with this, and if, when reading this book, you choose to judge me, fine, that is your choice. If you decide you like me, great; if not, please keep it to yourself.

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