Crooked

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AuthorHouse, 2013 - Fiction - 168 pages
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Crooked is the story of a Private Investigator's battle to quit smoking cold turkey, which causes him to have dreams so terrifying sleep is the one thing he fears most until he receives a call that submerges him into an underworld so corrupt...when a notable mob boss is murdered Kelly must find out why.
 

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Frederick McClendon, a writer and inventor who was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, is the second youngest to one older sister and two brothers. He is married and has four daughters and five grandsons. He worked for the NYC Transit Authority as a bus operator. His love for writing began at the age of fourteen with an unfinished book entitled Comrad. He hopes an invention he is in the process of receiving a patent for will hit every store shelf in the near future. He enjoys chess, reading, and poetry. His passion is his family, which he lives every day for. His favorite quote is a self-coined quote: "Hate is a promise of an unsure tomorrow!" Please look for Frederick McClendon's upcoming works: Three Dog Knights Another Crooked Investigation Spy Kill Hoop Dreams Step Flip side of Reality Long Gone a Brother's Fate Dance with the Devil Memoirs: Scooter

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