2999 Adler Street

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Trafford Publishing, 2000 - Fiction - 139 pages
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A detective uses unorthodox methods to solve his cases, including the use of a very smart, very little dog.

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Chapter 1 A Kiss of Trust
Chapter 2 Their First Case
Chapter 3 The Help of a Shrewd Goat
Chapter 4 The Party
Chapter 5 Moppys Last Mission
Chapter 6 The Simulated Schizophrenia
Chapter 7 A Little Dog Like That
Chapter 8 Im Not in the Dark With This
Chapter 9 The Interrupted Honeymoon
Chapter 10 The Next Classroom In Our World
Chapter 11 There Is a Higher Law and Court
Chapter 12 What The Intellect Cant Tell

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Over eighty, the author has no intentions of slowing down because he always sees a plus factor in his physical, mental and spiritual endeavors. Being raised under Hitler, in the German Air Force during World War II followed by Russian imprisonment and the break-up of his young marriage in Canada all had great influences on the author's state of being. As a member of the religion of light and sound, Eckankar, for over thirty years, many of life's questions today are answered spiritually, adding to the unending expansion of consciousness and the ability to look behind the scenes of everyday living. However, to keep his body in good working order, the author rides his muscle-powered scooter, swims and hikes almost every day.

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