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The Woman on the Train
     

The Woman on the Train

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by Mary Ellen Hughes
 
Martin’s life was much less interesting than the crime fiction he regularly read, until he decided to write his own mystery, working on the story during his daily commute and writing in a blue spiral notebook. Then an attractive, green-eyed woman struck up a conversation, and Martin's story took a very sharp turn.

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Overview

Martin’s life was much less interesting than the crime fiction he regularly read, until he decided to write his own mystery, working on the story during his daily commute and writing in a blue spiral notebook. Then an attractive, green-eyed woman struck up a conversation, and Martin's story took a very sharp turn.

The Woman on the Train was originally published in Futures Mysterious Anthology Magazine (Fall, 2003) as The Blue Notebook.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012497512
Publisher:
Mary Ellen Hughes
Publication date:
05/12/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
155,354
File size:
16 KB

Meet the Author

Mary Ellen Hughes is the author of the Craft Corner Mystery Series (Wreath of Deception, String of Lies, and Paper-thin Alibi) and the Maggie Olenski Series (Resort to Murder and A Taste of Death). She resides in Maryland, the setting of most of her fiction.

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Woman on the Train 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
PAteacher23 More than 1 year ago
If you're looking for a short mystery that keeps you absorbed and guessing at what will come next, this one's for you. Pick up a cup of coffee (which will cost you more), download, and get ready to enjoy, just as I did. You won't be sorry.
cindyhreads More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this short story about a man who writes a mystery novel while on his way back and forth to work. A woman who he notices because of her pretty green eyes tries to make conversation with him. That is all I will say but I was surprised and you will be too at the twist at the ending! I didn't see it coming. This may have been a short story but it was very well written. I highly recommend this if you are looking for an interesting book that can be read in one sitting!