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Caution: Tram Approaching [NOOK Book]

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On occasion a Jack Diamond mystery adventure ends up with enough twists and turns to qualify for a classic theme park ride. In the instance of Caution: Tram Approaching, two murders and an unfortunate emotion wrenching accident provide additional intrigue to the case. The reader will need to be alert to stay on track as the case heads to London, a UK island and sidetracks to Eastern Europe.

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Caution: Tram Approaching

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Overview

On occasion a Jack Diamond mystery adventure ends up with enough twists and turns to qualify for a classic theme park ride. In the instance of Caution: Tram Approaching, two murders and an unfortunate emotion wrenching accident provide additional intrigue to the case. The reader will need to be alert to stay on track as the case heads to London, a UK island and sidetracks to Eastern Europe.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033163625
  • Publisher: Philip Johnson
  • Publication date: 3/18/2012
  • Series: Jack Diamond Mystery Adventures , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 248,270
  • File size: 638 KB

Meet the Author

About Philip JohnsonPhilip Johnson was born in Colorado where he spent his early years. He graduated from a military school in Missouri and attended Northwestern University before serving in the Marine Corps, which included a tour of duty with the American Forces Radio and Television Service, Far East Network. Johnson finished his post secondary education with a BS degree from Metropolitan State University of Denver and completed two graduate level management programs at the University of Colorado, Boulder.In addition to his native Colorado, Johnson has lived at various times on both coasts, the Midwest and the Rocky Mountain region. He and his wife currently reside in the Pacific Northwest.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2013

    Needs work

    Big hole in the story tracking the suspect to the island, unresolved ending and too abrupt. There are many many spelling mistakes such as do and due, ally and alley, etc that look sophomoric and are very distracting. A name change from Daniel to Victor was not consistently applied to the character while being edited. Grammar mistakes. Unlikely behavior by the college student. Not ready for public consumption but could be fixed to make a plausible and exciting story.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2013

    Don't bother

    Besides the fact that every page needs editing, (some need an entire rewrite, there are so many blatant mistakes!) the dialogue is totally unrealistic, the characters are cheesy, and because of name misprints, the story gets kind of confusing. Then all of a sudden everything is conveniently wrapped up, which makes for an utterly disappointing ending. But hey, at least it was free.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2013

    Caution

    Sure wish I had read reviews before I read the book. It was probably a good story, but I couldn' t get past the numerous spelling and gramatical

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