Who recommended you to Book Town? What do you hope to get out of Book Town?
Cold Coffee Cafe Interaction with fellow authors and readers.
What is your trade? Author? Publicist? Book Blogger?
What genre of books have you written?
Cozy Historical and Mystery in Fiction and Non-fiction.
Title of your novels
Boot & Milk Balls (non-fiction) Lady Buff & Yardstick (non-fiction) The Elusive Smoking Gun (fiction) The Vanishing Corn Mystery (fiction) Current Release: A Secret in Ash Brooke (fiction) Work in Progress: Multi-novel Roaring Falls Series (fiction)
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Short Description of Your Novel
A Secret in Ash Brooke: A small town newspaper reporter, seeking to enhance his sleuthing hobby, solicited the help of his favorite detective. Encouraged by his mentor to improve his observational skills, he studied the local residents body shapes. Intrigued with an exceptional likeness between two young women, his focus narrowed on their facial features. Convinced they must be identical twins, he maintained a constant vigil, and scrutinized their behavior patterns. After several conversations with the local girl, he learned and verified her only sibling was an older brother. Her proper manner of dress and speech, confirmed her families strict religious upbringing. In sharp contrast, her clone's separate lifestyle and occupation, is one of questionable moral values. If the two women are not related, visual identification suggested the impossible, they must be the same person. Their working timetables overlap, and one person cannot be in two places at the same time. Subtle duplicities about each woman hiding their harmonious voices, reinforced his assumptions. Certain he is correct, our reporter continued his quest to learn the truth.
Please give a short Author's Bio (please limit to 250 words)
Dutch Rhudy; referred to by his peers as the master of Mystery, Mayhem and Madness; resides in a quaint post war cottage. Any similarity to serenity regarding this mysterious Author of Mischief abruptly ends right here. Standing in his office doorway, facing a profusion of every trinket imaginable, the stage is set for Pandemonium Plus. His colorful tales of mirth, crime and suspense; gleaned from pre-1900s era relatives to present day, come alive. If there is a secret to discover; a scandal, a sinister character, a hidden romance, or clue for solving a crime; one of Rhudy's characters will invariably let it slip out.
Type of Books you like to read
Mystery, Sci fi, Non fiction, other