#Conversationstoppers 3: Even More Puns, Non Sequiturs, Impossible Scenarios

#Conversationstoppers 3: Even More Puns, Non Sequiturs, Impossible Scenarios

by Leon Shure
     
 

Tweets certain to stop any conversation, and generate a good laugh, from the author of the Kate Wehring Mysteries, the Vanek Mysteries, the Cal Hodges Mysteries, and the Dr. Adam Karl Mysteries.

Two other #Conversationstoppers collections are also available.

Overview

Tweets certain to stop any conversation, and generate a good laugh, from the author of the Kate Wehring Mysteries, the Vanek Mysteries, the Cal Hodges Mysteries, and the Dr. Adam Karl Mysteries.

Two other #Conversationstoppers collections are also available.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045155595
Publisher:
Leon Shure
Publication date:
07/23/2013
Series:
#Conversationstoppers:
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
84 KB

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Meet the Author

Leon Shure has published seven mysteries, all taking place in the wealthy and diverse North Shore suburbs of Chicago. These are "Fatal Sisters," "The Baba Yaga, a Dr. Adam Karl Mystery," and "Screams and Bleeds, a Vanek Mystery," "Think Fast, Detective Vanek," “The Search for Hanson Sted, a Cal Hodges Mystery,” and two Kate Wehring mysteries. Another of his books, a free collection of his Twitter tweets "#Conversationstopers: Puns, Non Sequitur, Impossible Scenarios" became a ebook best seller, with almost 30,000 downloads and a second collection of his #Conversationstoppers has been published. Shure is completing second drafts of a Baba Yaga sequel and a Cal Hodges sequel

Shure is a life-long resident of the Chicago area, and has lived both in the city and in the North and Northwest suburbs. A bachelors and masters graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Shure worked for the Lerner Newspapers (a chain of weeklies in the city); the Day Newspapers, a suburban daily newspaper chain owned by Field Enterprises, now the Chicago Sun-Times;, and Paddock Publications, a chain of daily newspapers in the Northwest suburbs, where he worked as a police reporter. He received the Jacob Sher Award for Outstanding Investigative Reporting.

Shure also served as an attorney for a Federal Ageny and has held elective office in local governments. He is married and has two children.

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