Unusual Suspects: Four Stories of Suspicion, Suspense, and Murder

Unusual Suspects: Four Stories of Suspicion, Suspense, and Murder

by S Paul Klein


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Lissa King is an internal security operative for a government organization who pursues a mission not at all appropriate to her agency -

Davis Lee Armstrong is a minister with more faith in himself than in god or man -

Edgar McCleod is an outdoor expert and writer who pursues his stories with a passion that is exceeded only by his love for Sarah. Sarah channels her passion for dance into a successful life as a photographer of the natural world. And then there was Dickie. One of them kills, one of them dies -

And finally, Lissa King is no longer an internal security operative, but something more. She sees a pattern in seemingly unrelated minor events, and halts a brutal plot.

S. Paul Klein takes the reader on a visit to the world of unusual people and events. These stories take the reader from Metropolitan Washington D.C., through small mountain villages and finally into the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. No locale is without its UNUSUAL SUSPECTS who commit unusual acts in these stories of suspicion, suspense and murder.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615956473
Publisher: PeakPress
Publication date: 05/17/2014
Pages: 234
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

S Paul Klein sold his first scripts while still a student at American University, in Washington, D.C. That was the beginning of a successful career as a writer/producer of informational and educational films. He wrote and produced his last script in 2003, for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. In between were hundreds of produced filmscripts about industry, art, politics, religion, science and medicine.

Now living on a mountain farm in Virginia, Klein has continued writing, focusing on fiction and personal essays. Accidents of Time and Place, a novel published in 2007, was a Library of Virginia nominee. Mixed Freight: Checking Life's Baggage, is a collection of essays published in 2010.

"Stories of suspense have always drawn me, and writing them, exposing characters when they are most vulnerable, is a challenge. There is no sharper focus on a person than when there is a threat to life," says the author.

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