Nameless Number Seven- From the book A Week and Five Stories [NOOK Book]

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Sarah is moving from city to city with only her suitcase in hand. She is in search of something or someone, but exactly what or whom?
Some around her have died and in her line of work she is in grave danger every night.

Roger Kendal is a new Indie author who has published his first book of short stories. This one was taken from the book A Week and Five Stories. He is currently working on a novel

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Nameless Number Seven- From the book A Week and Five Stories

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Overview

Sarah is moving from city to city with only her suitcase in hand. She is in search of something or someone, but exactly what or whom?
Some around her have died and in her line of work she is in grave danger every night.

Roger Kendal is a new Indie author who has published his first book of short stories. This one was taken from the book A Week and Five Stories. He is currently working on a novel

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011312601
  • Publisher: Sarah Middleton
  • Publication date: 5/19/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 541,315
  • File size: 465 KB

Meet the Author

Hello, I am a hearing impaired Canadian author who has chosen the Indie route to promote and sell my books. If I am not successful I will pursue a traditional publishing direction, I love to write and I usually write (type) multiple thousands of words a day. I appreciate any and all feedback and I can be reached at:discoverypublishing@hotmail.comI have a wide array of genre interests.Thanks for your support. Drop me a line and if you purchase any of my books, thank you very much!
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2012

    Nothing you would come to expect

    Awesome. Short story and nothing expected as the cover. All about a mothers love with a twist that any mother that loves her daughter would go thru. Dont let the cover fool u. MUST READ. Saved in favorites file.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012

    good book

    Aubu1964
    I started this novel on Thursday May 23rd 2012. Murray had owned this motel for 22 years. Sarah was staying at his motel for a week. She has been entering the room at 2 or 3 in the morning. Murray is a light sleeper. Now she was on her way to Chicago. He had said something that made a lot of sense to Sarah. Now she is at another motel some where's. She went to the convenience store that was near the motel and brought 2 packs of chewing gum and 2 local papers. The front page of the first paper said Prostitute Number 5 found dead. She had taken a nap and it was only 5 p.m in the afternoon local time and she did not start work for a few more hours. Passion was one of the prostitute was in this corner like Sarah was for 45 minutes later a car had come by. The man had opened the door for her. He had stopped . This was not going for Sarah. She told him that their was a cutie on main and 7th avenue named Passion. Sarah found another lady walking towards her. She has said that they found another one. She brought a newspaper and the front page had read no ends to killings: Victim Number 6 has been found. She notice the victim was Passion. She was bruised and beaten up they had put makeup to cover it all. Sarah had given the man in a Volvo a BJ. The paper had said that the killer had taken victim6 and 7 two weeks after he taken Passion. The guy in this car took Sarah to some where's was off she had heard just crickets. She had a gun in her purse. She had a daughter that this guy murdered. This is why she was a prostitute to get this guy. Sarah had killed him. I enjoyed this novel very much. ShelleyMA

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