Six Stories of Crime and Suspense

Six Stories of Crime and Suspense

by William Adams
     
 
Six stories of crime and suspense under 3,000 words each. Drawn from life experience then exaggerated, they deal with topics from mass murder to sci-fi. Most involve a crime, usually murder.

Overview

Six stories of crime and suspense under 3,000 words each. Drawn from life experience then exaggerated, they deal with topics from mass murder to sci-fi. Most involve a crime, usually murder.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014573979
Publisher:
Paperless Press
Publication date:
03/26/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
397 KB

Meet the Author

William A. Adams is a cognitive psychologist, academic teacher and writer. His degrees are from Western Washington University and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He studied with James Gibson and Eleanor Gibson at Cornell University. He has taught psychology and statistics at the University of Wisconsin, the University of Maryland-University College, the College of Idaho, Chapman University, and Brandman University.

He also worked 20 years in the computer industry, with an interest in artificial intelligence, as a programmer and finally as head of information services for a national nonprofit corporation. After retiring, he returned to teaching psychology, both in-person and online.

Dr. Adams has published books and articles in cognitive psychology, perception, memory, and consciousness.

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