A False Dichotomy

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AuthorHouse, Dec 8, 2010 - Fiction - 52 pages
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Tyler Harp is a forensic lab technician with a Bachelor's Degree in Software Engineering. He went to a prodigious college that gives Bachelor degrees in only two years; only twenty years old, he is allowed a gun, and is already at full work with people much older than him. One day, he is faced with an altercation with a known thug. After stabbing him, Tyler runs home. The next day, he finds himself charged with murder. Without much evidence, he is only suspended, not arrested. From there, he conducts his own investigation that travels to the very core of his psyche.


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This is really bad....maybe a 14 year old wrote this, maybe, or something. I think you can do...better, but maybe not.

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This is the most intense book that I have ever read. This book is jam packed with drama and suspense...It will leave you on the edge of your chair. I was not able to put this book down. I read it in just two days. In the end, it will have you wondering if there is more to it than it really is. It will have you question what is real and what is not. Will there be A False Dichotomy II? The end foretold a hint for a sequel...and I will be at my local bookstore to get it! 


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About the author (2010)

Tyler Harp is a seventeen year old male born and raised in a small town called Gulf Breeze in the panhandle of Florida. At a young age, Tyler was exposed to the harsh truths and realities of life: death and love. As a young teenager, he experienced the deaths of a couple of his uncles, his grandparents, and a child hood friend. When high school started, he was already mature. Freshman year, he experienced another friend's death. That same year, he experienced his first love, and the loss shortly after. He became what one would call 'emo.' Presently, he is still as mature as ever, more actually, and sees life on a lighter side after finding God junior year.

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