Sindie Slick and the Lamp Trick [NOOK Book]

Overview

For a retired hit chick in a sleepy Northwest town, a new neighbor with an unknown past means trouble. He may be a cop. He might be an enforcer. He claims to be a simple handyman... but for Sindie Slick, former Pole-Dancing Hit Chick, that's the least credible story of them all.

Tor Richardson, author of "Mission: Malibu" and "Starting Over," presents an amusing little adventure of a small-town busybody who's slightly more than she seems. With...
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Sindie Slick and the Lamp Trick

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Overview

For a retired hit chick in a sleepy Northwest town, a new neighbor with an unknown past means trouble. He may be a cop. He might be an enforcer. He claims to be a simple handyman... but for Sindie Slick, former Pole-Dancing Hit Chick, that's the least credible story of them all.

Tor Richardson, author of "Mission: Malibu" and "Starting Over," presents an amusing little adventure of a small-town busybody who's slightly more than she seems. With fun characters and a clever story, "Sindie Greets the Handyman" is a light-hearted tale that readers will enjoy to the very end.

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This electronic edition of "Sindie Greets the Handyman" includes the complete mirror story, "Furious and the Nosey Neighbor."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014457491
  • Publisher: Grey Cat Press
  • Publication date: 5/19/2012
  • Series: Sindie Slick, Pole-Dancing Hit Chick , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 48
  • File size: 428 KB

Meet the Author

I'm Tor Richardson.

I was born and raised in Seattle. While I've traveled extensively throughout the nation, I still like Seattle a lot. I don’t actually live in the city, but I’m close enough to see it out the window—along with the mountains and the trees and the lakes and the blue skies... I mean... the rain. We don't have sunshine in Seattle (at least, that's what we tell everyone else).

Unlike most other writers, I don’t have a pet cat. Sorry to disappoint. My family did have a rather independent tomcat when I was young, however. He was king of the yard. I once watched him drop from a tree onto the back of a dog who'd invaded his backyard. He rode that black lab like a cowboy, using his claws as spurs and slapping that poor dog on the head as it went yowling back up the road. Mittens taught me that cats need room to roam. I don't have that right now, so no pet cat for this writer.

After college, I spent about fifteen years working my way up the ladder in a big insurance company, mostly in the accounting area. During that time, I went out of my way to sneak time to write short stories, although not at work. Eventually, I began to wonder if there might be another life besides that of a businessman. Now, I know.

In the end, I made the transition to a full-time fiction writer, writing under several pen names. In fact, Tor Richardson is one of those pen names—one of my favorites because he writes a lot of mysteries.

Thank you for visiting. Stop by anytime at www.TorRichardson.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2014

    Simply a kit for the moment.

    A small she kit bounced through the grasses. She had startlingly blue eyes and a swirl tabby coat, the swirl marking standing out dark brown against a grayish brownish mix that faded to a whiter color from the side but back to a pretty gray on her face and a paritally dark brown tail with white swirl marking that led up to a whiter tail tip and gray or swirled paws and legs. A rare sight to see, that is. She stalked through the grass at some points, calling out the whole time (unless she was trying to playfully, pounce at a cricket or butterfly) "Mom? Mommy? Moootthhherrr?...! Mommy where are you? I'm hungry!" The kit seemed maybe 3 moons old at the most but, was probably younger than that. Either way, too little to be out. She was a tiny thing too. If it wasnt for the fact that she could walk with few stumbles, you'd think she was just born. "Mom?" The little she squeaked out again, but her blue eyes drifted all over the place and she didn't seem to be aware how dangerous the world she was in right now really was. Too curious to see, maybe? It didn't have Horseclan scent to it but, you couldnt distingush any of the other pact clans scents either it seemed like. No matter where it came from, what type of mother lets their kits roam free? And what type of kit was so unfearfull and oblivious towards the world around it?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2014

    Flamepaw

    She stalked through the high grasses, scenting Vapoursecret but not seeing him. She slid through the stalks, her dark ginger pelt burnished against the gold and green grass. The apprentice saw no sign of him, and turned back to camp with a sigh.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2014

    Vapoursecret

    Vapoursecret padded through the prairie and slowly came to a stop, far from camp. He could see trees in the distance, probably AshClan, and he knew he couldn't go back. Time was hard on him but when he makes a decision he refused to change it. "I have nothing more to lose," he says, looking up, as if trying to talk to StarClan. "My friends, my family, my mate, they're all gone, so what do you want from me? What else do you want me to do?" He fell down onto his back, his light fur blending with the surrounding grasses so he was pracically unseeable. -Vapoursecret

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