I'm going to follow this and get a feel for it. Sometimes I drop off the face of the planet for a couple days, but I really feel this story building...... I like things like, "he froze." I like that because I now know he has feelings that I can deduce are key to the story. I like strong gazes and cool thrills racing up people's spines and upper lips sweating, especially involving crime stories.
Comment Written 13-Nov-2007
reply by the author on 13-Nov-2007
It would be great having you along on the "ride", Charlie11. I'm so glad you enjoyed it so much. There are a lot of strong gazes and cool thrills to come. LOL
Oh, my goodness ... everything's weaving like a picnic-covered basket here! Again, the dialogue moves this story along in a fast-paced, suspenseful way. Well done, Marjorie. I don't when I've enjoyed a 'book' more. I'm playing 'catch up' here after so many days away from FS.
Great stuff! Keep 'em coming.
Comment Written 12-Nov-2007
reply by the author on 12-Nov-2007
Yeah ... where've you been, Rae? Is everything all right? I'm so glad you're back.
Oh, Marjorie, I've got a bad feeling about how this is going to go down for Nick. That's what he gets for thinking with the wrong head. (Oops, 'scuse me.) Is he going to be the patsy all the way around? I hope not. Great writing, my sleuthing pal.
The elder Speltz bobbed his head like it was on a loose spring.
Comment Written 11-Nov-2007
reply by the author on 11-Nov-2007
LOL tsk! tsk!
Nick's in for a rough time, but then, he's not the only one.