Name Games: A James P. Dandy Elderhostel Mystery

Name Games: A James P. Dandy Elderhostel Mystery

by Peter E. Abresch

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Overview

....James P. Dandy and Dodee Swisher are reunited again on a hiking and whitewater rafting Elderhostel(r) in North Carolina. Jim's not too crazy about either the hiking in the woods or the whitewater rafting, but Dodee is really up for it, and he is really up for Dodee in their continuing love affair.
....Plus there's an added bonus.
....Considering Dodee's proclivity for turning up bodies and getting in into hassles with the coppers, he welcomes the idea as a respite from past troubles.
....After all, how many killers lurk about in the woods for passersby to bump off? And who ever heard of a drive-by shooting from a rubber raft?
....But think again, Jim Dandy, and tighten your personal floatation device, for you're in for a wild ride.
....Elderhostels(r) are learning adventures for those mellowing into fine wine. Like to learn more, or read a few chapters, go to: http://www.elderhostelmysteries.com


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781438262864
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/22/2008
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

..Peter Abresch is the author of the Jim Dandy ELDERHOSTEL Mysteries, Bloody Bonsai, Killing Thyme, Tip A Canoe, Painted Lady, Name Games and a novella, Sheep in Wolf's Clothing.
..He is also the author of a non-fiction book on writing, Easy Reading Writing, easy reading about writing easy reading, published in August, 2001, and is the author of BookMarc, a continuing on-line newsletter on fiction writing techniques. Check it out at: http://www.easyreadingwriting.com
..He has also written columns for Futures Magazine and articles for Sister-In-Crime, taught fiction writing at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington Independent Writers, and Maryland Writers Association, plus various seminars in the Washington/Baltimore area.
..He is the author of a one act play, Headquarters, which was produced at the Vianney Theater in September, 05.
..Peter was a professional dancer in the far past, a Geodesist which took him all over the world, and a computer systems programmer before retiring from the National Weather Service. He has built three sailboats and, with his wife and five sons, hammered and nailed together a thirty-four hundred square foot house.
..Email him at: Peter@elderhostelmysteries.com

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