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There are so many misspellings in this story that the title becomes ironic even though it does not refer to that kind of spelling. In a single paragraph computer is spelled three different ways. The story is probably best suited to younger children but, as an adult, it didn't do it for me.
02/16/2015
An interesting short story, well worth the couple of minutes it will take you to read this.
02/16/2015
Fortunately this story is not long because it is absolutely terrible. Bad enough that the main characters speak in 'cowboy dialect' but even this is not consistent. Salomy sometimes speaks perfect English and other times she talks 'cowboy.' Her father, Madison, will sometimes drop his 'g's' and sometimes he won't often in the same sentence. And the story itself is rather lame, certainly not enough to make up for the terrible dialects. Read at your own risk!
02/16/2015
Good! The hanging judge is always the hanging judge regardless of what form he takes.
09/30/2011
A really good collection of short stories that are very slice-of-life.
09/30/2011
Fabulous! Drummond solves mysteries with the help of his gang of friends and does nothing in the expected way. A real page-turner and loads of fun!
09/30/2011
I loved this one about a seeming bumbler who always comes out on top in his business dealings. Fun!
09/30/2011
Totally creepy and stays with you for a long time.
09/30/2011
A good romance/adventure that could have been written today.
09/30/2011
Erin Brockus - Dive Into a Romantic Escape
FEATURED AUTHOR - Erin Brockus writes contemporary stories set in exotic, tropical locales. She features mature, realistic characters, romance, and adventure, with a focus on the ocean--especially scuba diving. Erin was born in 1969 in Washington state. She had a great love of creative writing as a child, but the expectations of Real Life got in the way and she went to college to become a pharmacist. After practicing pharmacy for over 25 years, it was time for a change.