Lee Carey


Lee Carey lives in a coastal town known as Sandbridge Beach in Va. Beach. He has been writing since '99. His popular pet novel "Gabby...All About Me" is his first published novel. "Pets in Paradise" came out April '11. "Flash...the Humble Hero" (sequel to 'Gabby') was published in July '13.
Lee has penned eight novels in various genres: 3 Mystery/Crime and 3 Pet novels and 2 YA/Crossover - along with 2 compilations of Short Stories. Visit my website.
Lee enjoys surfing, writing, golf, and hanging out on the beach with his wife, Kay.
His attitude and slogan is: "Paddle hard for every wave...it might be your best ride." And..."Keep smilin'..."


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Flash...the Humble Hero
By Lee Carey
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 111,520. Language: English. Published: September 29, 2013. Category: Fiction
A beagle puppy is discarded like trash on the Eastern Shore. He lived in fear and hopelessness – until the day Scooter and Gabby pulled into the country diner where he hid out. Little Flash suddenly found himself relocated to Sandbridge Beach. The trio became an unbeatable team.

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  • Life Lessons from a Cat on July 23, 2011
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    Very touching and thought-provoking. Kate writes this piece with heart, revealing a special kinship with her kitties. Great pics too...nice work, Kate. Keep smilin'...
  • Home Maid (The Perkins' Maid) on Dec. 03, 2011
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    Very nicely done, Sara. Thank you...I'm smilin'...
  • Reenacting a Murder on Jan. 24, 2012
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    Kudos to Wayne Zurl for another page-turner. If you're ready for a weekend (short story) trip to TN, then you'll find yourself surrounded by Revolutionary reenactors, but one of them is 'room temperature'. Sam Jenkins, police chief, smoothly takes you through a classic investigation, except it's filled with good ole country folks, complete with actions and accents. Zurl uses great dialogue, pace, description, and wallops you with a surprise ending. I only have one beef...it's only a short story. So, read "Prospect" for a full week (novel). Nice work, Wayne.
  • Officer Down on Jan. 26, 2012
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    I picked up this short, surfing along. Sandy high-fives to DeLee on a well-written page-turner full of twists, turns, and realistic characters. As an author, I was impressed with his style and storytelling talent. I will certainly be reading more of his work. Thanks, David! Keep smilin'...
  • Cremains on Feb. 16, 2012
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    Sandra...well-written story about the love of a woman for a man...worthy and yet, not. You've exposed so much of a woman's heart and desire for those she loves. Great pace and style. Very fine work. I enjoyed it...a lot. Keep writin' and smilin'...Lee