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Vol 19- 6 More Short Stories by Jack Tiedemann

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by: Jack Tiedemann
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Publication Date: March 25, 2017
Book Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Pages: 238
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Thalidomide resulted in mistakes the Medical Field sometimes made which resulted in more than just deformities suggestions to Detective Moab, leading to the arrests as a result of the observations of a super waitress.
A desire to own a specific home requires overcoming many conflicts for this couple… some of which result in the solving of a cold case murder.
Alcohol is a dangerous thing, especially when mishandled. So many adults think they are capable of drinking and acing normal. Unfortunately they don’t see themselves as others do.
A young girl is made to take medication to make her more sedate, and then the trouble starts
A serial rapist leaves a Thank You note after each crime is committed. The handwriting is unique and troublesome to Moab. Will he, with the help of Judy, be able to find the assailant?
Twins don’t always know each other as well as they think they do. Finding out something terrible about your twin brother came lead to strange justice.
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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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