The Suspect and other tales

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  • Title: The Suspect and other tales
  • Author: K. Morris
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  • Page: 457
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The Suspect and other tales

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  1. I was born in Liverpool on 6 January 1969, a year best known of course for my birth Well no actually it is better known for the moon landings which certainpeculiar conspiracy theorists still maintain never took place the moon landings that is, not my birth.One of my earliest recollections is of eating roast dinners, on Saturday in British Home Stores with my grandfather Although cooked in the kitchen of a department store they tasted wonderful to a small boy but then again it is easy to look back at one s childhood with rose tinted spectacles.On Saturdays my grandfather and I would invariably pop into W H Smiths and buy a book Often he bought Enid Blighton books and I ve happy memories of him reading to me about the adventures of Julian, Dick and Ann not forgetting Timmy the Dog who could Being blind, it was a real treat to sit on my grandfather s knee, hearing him regail me with children s adventures It was from my grandfather a man who had never so much dreamed of going to university that I derived my love of literature.As I grew older I learned to read braille which opened up a world of independent reading to me Only a tiny proportion of books are available in braille, however it was still amazing to me, as a young boy to be able to sit with a book on my knee reading for myself Besides braille I was also a huge consumer of spoken word cassettes, everything from Treasure Island to Wuthering Heights.I still possess almost all of the many cassettes which I have purchased and had bought for me over the years but many of them have now warped with age so are, sadly unusable Today it is the text to speech facility on my Kindle and iBooks using voiceover on my iPad which is my favourite means of accessing the wonderful world of literature.I attended school in Liverpool and later went on to read history and politics at university I must be a glutton for punishment as having obtained my degreeI went onto study for and obtain a MA in political theory I can see your eyes glazing over already Since 1994 I have lived and worked in London I live in Crystal Palace, a part of London high above sea level and famed for it s steep hills It is verygreen and the air is much fresher than many parts of London I like were I live and I m lucky that my home overlooks a large garden and an historic park.I began to write seriously in mid 2012 All of my writing takes place in my spare room surrounded by books Being blind I use a standard laptop with Jaws software which converts text into speech and braille allowing me to access my computer s screen.I can not write with background noise other than the singing of birds, as conversation and other extraneous sounds interfere with my concentration I do most of my writing at weekends and once the bit is between my teeth I can write for hours sustained by copious cups of coffee Other than writing I enjoy walking in green places with my guide dog Trigger, listening to a wide variety of music and socialising with friends.I hope that you enjoy my books.To find me on Twitter please visit twitter drewdog2060_To find me on please go to e B00CEECWHYYou can visit my blog here for regular updates newauthoronline To find me on Youtube please visit youtube user 101drewdog

  2. These eleven very short stories showcase life s ironies and pitfalls The author introduces a variety of characters, from cops to scoundrels to ordinary folks struggling with bad luck or observing their fellow human beings Most of the stories end with a twist that makes us gasp or laugh or both On the minus side, I noticed a few spelling errors and some spots where commas would have been helpful But on the whole, these stories would be perfect quick reads for commuters or readers looking for an i [...]

  3. This is a well written collection of tales, some of which have surprising endings, and all of which make for great reads.I enjoyed the Condemned Man a lot But Something Wicked and The 8.32 were my favourites.

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