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Crueltown A Drew Steele Los Angeles Las Vegas Mystery
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Download or read book Crueltown written by E.E. “Doc” Murdock and published by H.O.T. Press Publishing. This book was released on 2013-02-09 with total page 230 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: LA detective, Drew Steele, takes on a new case while still recovering from life-threatening wounds he suffered in an IED explosion in Iraq where he was working for "the company" as a private contractor. The doctors told him he would never walk again, but he proved them wrong. After multiple surgeries, he is able to walk again using a high-tech prosthetic foot (which provides a convenient place to hide a tiny gun). Although he walks with a limp, don't call him a cripple; he's still one of the most successful and sought-after detectives in LA. His first case back in LA seems routine – a missing Las Vegas casino boss - and unrelated to what he was doing in Iraq, but the case turns decidedly dangerous when the missing man turns up dead with a strange message burned into the flesh of his forehead. When the autopsy reveals a grisly surprise in the dead man's stomach, Steele suspects it was put there to suggest the murder is somehow connected to drug trafficking in Crueltown, the criminal hideout in a toxic swamp near the LA-harbor where police are not allowed. But is Crueltown really at the center of this mystery, or is it one of his old enemies trying to draw him into a deadly trap? Crueltown is a Noir murder mystery that pits two brilliant minds against each other in a life and death struggle against a backdrop of the darker side of LA and Vegas.
Book Synopsis How to Write Fiction by : E.E. "Doc" Murdock
Download or read book How to Write Fiction written by E.E. "Doc" Murdock and published by H.O.T. Press Publishing. This book was released on 2016 with total page 182 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In this book, Professor Murdock, an award-winning California State University teacher, has developed an innovative method to teach writers how to use the fictional tools and techniques available to them to create powerful stories that will engage readers from beginning to end. Using a step-by-step approach, Dr. Murdock takes writers through the creation of example stories, stopping to discuss each writing decision as it occurs and explaining how each approach works to keep readers vicariously involved in the progression of the story. This is a book that will help writers understand how the choices they make affect readers in different ways. Even if you are not a writer, you will enjoy the three example stories, and you may find yourself intrigued to learn how stories are created.
Book Synopsis From Washington and Adams to Hillary and Trump: The Stories behind the Story of Every Presidential Election by : Dr. Everett E. Murdock
Download or read book From Washington and Adams to Hillary and Trump: The Stories behind the Story of Every Presidential Election written by Dr. Everett E. Murdock and published by HOT Press. This book was released on 2016-11-10 with total page 360 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book, written by Dr. Everett E. Murdock, a college professor, tells the stories behind the story of every presidential election in U.S. history, with a special focus on the volatile 2016 election. Dr. Murdock is a widely-published novelist, a storyteller, and his stories about our presidential elections provide fascinating details about behind-the-scenes events that lead to one candidate becoming president and the other being relegated to the lonely halls of history. He explores, in depth, the complex Electoral College System by which we elect our presidents, and he describes the role that slavery played in how the Congress and the Electoral College were originally designed. In his last chapter, Professor Murdock provides a detailed description of the events that unfolded day-by-day in the volatile election of 2016 that pitted the first woman candidate, Hillary Clinton, against, Donald Trump, one of the most unusual candidates in U.S. history. The author provides real insight into what led to one of the most dramatic upsets in U.S. presidential election history, helping you to understand why, once again, the candidate that won the general election didn’t get to be president.
Book Synopsis The Pain Artist by : E.E. "Doc" Murdock
Download or read book The Pain Artist written by E.E. "Doc" Murdock and published by H.O.T. Press Publishing. This book was released on 2015-03-08 with total page 332 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Pain Artist is a dark psychological novel about a young man who, after being abandoned and left homeless, is forced to move in with his invalid grandmother who lives in a gang-infested neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles. Crippled and in constant pain, he becomes a self-described Hikikomori (a Japanese term for young men who withdraw from society to live mostly on the internet). The novel explores the horrific challenges of today’s inner-city youth. From the chilling opening, to the existentially alarming conclusion, the reader is carried along with the protagonist on his journey of learning and self discovery.