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Vol 16 of Short Stories by Jack Tiedemann

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by: Jack Tiedemann
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Publication Date: July 4, 2016
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 314
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
An event in her youth causes a mother to be super cautious when raising her daughter. This leads to resentment on the daughters part and eventually what could turn out to be a disastrous situation *A single mother of two has her past nearly destroy her life when her best friend is killed *Judy once again assists Detective Moab in solving a murder that took place in Arroyo Grande* Can the fears learned at a young age bring tragedy to the life of an adult? *A wife is accused of attempted murder when her sarcastic attitude toward her husband becomes apparent to Detective Monroe*Child molestation is a very offensive crime and deserves only the most severe retribution*See how a misinterpretation can ruin a wonderful friendship and a disaster bring it together again*An unidentifiable body is found in the Arroyo Grande creek. After considerable failures to find out who the victim was, forensic science determines who she was and helps Detective Moab solve the mystery
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About The Author
Jack Tiedemann was born in 1936 and after graduating from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, had several jobs. He worked in the aerospace industry in LA for 5+ years before moving back to San Luis Obispo where he was a guard at the Men’s Colony Prison for 4 months, spent 10 years as the head of the Enforcement group for the County Planning Department, 1 year as the Purchasing Agent for the Madonna Inn and then went into Real Estate. Retiring in 1995, he and Judy opened a Bed and Breakfast in Arroyo Grande, where he did the paper work and she did the people work! Upon reaching the ripe old age of 75, and bored with life due to his inability to get around the way he used to, Judy suggested he do some writing. He enjoys it, even if others don’t, and continues to cover several different topics, with “mystery” as his favorite.
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