Tag: crimefiction


A voice with all the sex appeal of a federal tax audit called out to the crowd of people waiting in the reception area, “Mister DuMond?  Mister DuMond? Kevin DuMond?”    Jack Apple straightened up his six-foot frame in the custom-tailored suit he’d bought for the occasion, but it took a moment for him to recognize

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Sketchy Types – The Author Website for Jeffrey A. Cooper

I love stories about troublemakers.  Bad apples.  Non-conformists.  Anti-heroes.  People that live by their own rules.  They are con artists, heels, thieves, hustlers, and sometimes they’re even the people living next to you.  They aren’t concerned about rules, laws, norms, decency, social media postings or what you think about them, for that matter.  They’ll risk

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