Franchot Karl


This is gonna be real. I don't have any fancy, educational accolades, but I've been blessed with an extremely vivid imagination. At 47 years old, soon to be 48, I've decided to get some of these stories out of my head. With 3 novels under my belt and a plethora of short stories I feel it's time to share them with the world. I tend to gravitate toward street crime, but I can write in several genres as I hope you'll soon discover. Right now, Nate Hutchinson is my concentration; a Chicago homicide cop working out of the Uptown district. 'Who Killed Doll?' is the pilot of a series of short stories I hope you'll enjoy.

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Who Killed Doll?
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,620. Language: English. Published: February 23, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories
(5.00 from 1 review)
Nate Hutchinson, a somewhat jaded Chicago homicide detective is called to investigate the murder of a young prostitute. Much to his surprise and dismay, he discovers he knew her quite well and sets out to solve her murder before the break of dawn.

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crime    detective    homicide    mystery   

Smashwords book reviews by Franchot Karl

  • How to Get a Cheap Book Cover on Feb. 27, 2012
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    This ebook is very helpful. I can't thank Joleene enough for her valuable information. Her book helped me to plan and coordinate the cover for my very first published ebook on Smashwords. I will keep this book as a reference for future projects. You won't be disappointed. Never underestimate the importance of a good book cover. Franchot Karl
  • Take Me Home on March 01, 2012
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    I really enjoyed this story. I so agree with the previous review. Mr. James was able to take me to this town with his descriptions. He was also able to make me question Tom's motives without making me fear or dislike him. I could not stop reading until I knew what was up with this strange kid. I like how the end was wrapped up neatly, without an over the top finale. It made sense and satisfied my curiosity.