Ellis Drake lives in Colorado and got the idea for this story after seeing a report on TV that someone actually did tweet the police. She is also the author of Hanged to Death: A Museum Mystery.
Tweet the Policeby Ellis Drake
When Mrs. P sees a tweet asking for help on her new smartphone, she's determined to find out if the "tweep" is okay; and it's all Rick and her granddaughter,
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Rick thought being a sheriff's deputy in the small New Mexico town of Ultima would be a quiet job--but that was before he met Mrs. Pendergast, the local busybody who fancies herself an amateur sleuth.
When Mrs. P sees a tweet asking for help on her new smartphone, she's determined to find out if the "tweep" is okay; and it's all Rick and her granddaughter, Sylvie, can do to keep up with her!
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This is truly a clever short story with some interesting tweaks along the way, but I just felt that the short story was not developed well enough. Writing a short story mystery is always a difficult thing to do. The concept behind the story is absolutely brilliant, and this is a short, entertaining read. I just wish there had been a little more development to it. There is a sickening scene (but it is necessary), and there is some profanity. But if you just need a little story to rev up your mystery engine, this may be the book for you. I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.