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Tripe Tap
     

Tripe Tap

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by Fred Reed
 

Robert Dawson, police reporter for the Washington (DC) Herald, and his girlfriend Attila the Liberal find themwelves involved in what seems a routine drug murder but isn't. The author, who spent eight years as police reporter for the Washington Times, knows the city, cops, and the uderside of things as few do.

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Robert Dawson, police reporter for the Washington (DC) Herald, and his girlfriend Attila the Liberal find themwelves involved in what seems a routine drug murder but isn't. The author, who spent eight years as police reporter for the Washington Times, knows the city, cops, and the uderside of things as few do.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940033137091
Publisher:
Fred Reed
Publication date:
03/29/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
872,199
File size:
655 KB

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Meet the Author

Fred Reed is a part-time sociopath and keyboard mercenary living near Guadalajara, Mexico. A Marine veteran of Viet Nam, he fell into journalism because, he says, it reqires no qualifications and he didn't have any. Believing that a misspent life is the only kind worth living, he covered the miliatry for various publications for three decades and then was police reporter for the Washington Times for an additional eight. He has written for everybody from Playboy to Harper's but is best known for his disreputable and seditons website, Fredoneverything.net, which may yet get him lynchced.

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Tripe Tap 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has a good plot and plenty of action. Its characters are rendered as well as they can be within the format of a short novella. Unfortunately, the rendering of the book itself into the Nook format leaves much to be desired. Seeing "Tripe Tap" where "Triple Tap" should be distracts from an otherwise entertaining story. With luck, other stories by this author will fare better.