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Friday, January 3, 2014

Ever Wondered About Miss Marple's Luck? New Author Takes On The Question

Twelve Days of Christmas Murder and Mayhem
Genre: Fiction: comedic mystery
By Aaron T Knight
ISBN 978-1494233358
Available Amazon or CreateSpace eStore
Miss Marble the famous amateur sleuth has amazed everyone for years with her insight into murder cases. Here you will learn some of the secrets of her success. Why a murderer has never thought of knocking her off when they learn she is on the case is a mystery. A group is formed to kill Miss Marble for rvenge at Christmas time in an old castle in northern England . A humorous mystery with many twists to the tale.

About the Author:
During the time author Aaron T. Knight spent on the road and living out of a suitcase, he found writing to be a great way to spend his evenings.  Writing fiction has been a hobby of his for many years now.  He tried his luck with traditional publishing but had no luck.  When self-publishing became an option, he dismantled the couch he had made out of rejected manuscripts and gave it a try.  Now he is learning the marketing side of the writing industry.

The Story
The author grew up reading Agatha Christie’s mysteries.  I own all of them, and each one has been read several times.  No criminal could get away with any wrongdoing if Miss Marple happened to be in the vicinity.  With her long history of solving crime, have you ever wondered why no criminal ever tried to do away with her?

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