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Boredom is Deadly Kindle Edition

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About the Author

Jackson Marlow is a pseudonym for Trudy Hamilton, writer of mysteries and short stories. Her unique manner of including scene photos with the storyline incorporates a Picture What You Read® format. She is a family warrior, geek, movie aficionado, procrastinator, daydream believer, and hater of peanut butter. She lives in Metro Atlanta and Southwest Florida with her husband who tolerates all of the above.

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  • File Size: 47298 KB
  • Print Length: 260 pages
  • Publisher: Pulp21; 2 edition (June 12, 2014)
  • Publication Date: June 12, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KYVGG12
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Not Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,202,048 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Jackson Marlow is a pseudonym for Trudy Hamilton, writer of mysteries and short stories. Her unique manner of including scene photos with the storyline incorporates a Picture What You Read® format. She is a family warrior, geek, movie aficionado, procrastinator, daydream believer, and hater of peanut butter. She lives in Metro Atlanta and Southwest Florida with her husband who tolerates all of the above.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By david harvey on July 18, 2014
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I hate to give lousy reviews but I think the title of this book sort of sums up the book. I ploughed through it simply because I needed to get through it on my kindle to reach the end....I seriously hoped for more but failed to understand the purpose around the book and why it was written ?
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By Terri Lupton on July 13, 2014
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Interesting story but the photos included were distracting and unnecessary. Reading along and to suddenly see a large set of female red lips is just weird especially when the description of the person they 'belonged to' came after the photo on the following page. Not a fan of this trend.
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Pink diamonds lure, invite with beckoning finger rays, as an assortment of old money, nouveaux riche, thieves, international extremists, mobsters, killers, and a tall dark handsome stranger gravitate to Boca Grande.
Gillian wanted to return home to a peaceful quiet. She wanted to see old friends, walk the sandy beaches, cop a few fiddler crabs for fish bait, dig clams, and net some oversized shrimp. She could hunt for star fish, sand dollars, and lady slippers while dodging sting rays and jelly fish. Instead, she becomes embroiled with murder, mayhem, and a birdcage of enriched ore, Neo-Nazis and Russian thugs.
Most believe that Gillian is aloof, eccentric, and out of place. Jonathan Alistair Cromwell, the owner of the Boca Grande Hotel knows better. Sam Mitchell, the town sheriff and ex-boyfriend knows many of her tightly held secrets. Solomon Crawford also has many secrets. Deadly secrets that can not be contained, even with facial reconstruction.
I liked the photos embedded in this novel. Many are staged to fit the surrounding content. A unique touch. Boca Grande was once our favourite get-away on the fourth of July. We dipped for shrimp, dug clams, then fished for sheepshead and snappers from the old pier. Sadly, hurricane Charlie completed the destruction of that already damaged landmark. I saw two boys cleaning a gigantic jewfish (grouper) in a canal near another pier cafe store. Boca Grande (big mouth) invited large ships. The Captain had bought the jewfish as food for his hungry crew.
Good story. Nice photo touches. Fabulous setting. Will hope to see more.
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By Clara Barton on July 5, 2014
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An easy summer read, I enjoyed the characters and setting. A few loose ends left me somewhat confused at times in the storyline. I am not a fan of the photos in the eBook as they distracted me from my own imagination of the setting, but that is my personal preference and others have expressed enjoying the images. I would read another by this author.
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By trainrobber on November 26, 2014
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got to chapter 3. found the pictures very annoying. it's not a children's book. Feel like my intelligence is being insulted. Edit out the pics please and I will read further and submit a review on the storyline.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on August 20, 2014
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A very apt title.
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