fun fast fiction
By Author Becky Clark
Becky's "So Seldom It's Shameful" News
A personal crisis boomeranged Quinn Carr back home...
to her parents’ small town where the chief of police would rather sweep crime under the rug than admit his domain is less than perfect. Luckily, he’s highly suggestible and falls for the subliminal clues she drops into the crosswords she makes for the local paper.
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Read my bio and see which words I hate, maybe peruse some interviews and videos. Take a look at my blog, I’m Just Sayin. I write there haphazardly about anything that strikes my fancy, although I do most of that on Facebook these days, so be sure to join my private group Becky’s Book Buddies (don’t forget to answer the secret question that unlocks the door).
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Thanks for visiting … and remember, a day without laughter is like a day without someone posting a funny dog video. It simply shouldn’t happen.