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The Paperboys Club (A Paranormal Murder Mystery of Crime and Suspense) Kindle Edition

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Length: 292 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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About the Author

THOMAS FINCHAM holds a graduate degree in Economics.  His travels throughout the world have given him an appreciation for other cultures and beliefs.  He has lived in Africa, Asia, and North America. An avid reader of mysteries and thrillers, he decided to give writing a try.  Several novels later, he can honestly say he has found his calling.  He is married and lives in a hundred-year-old house.  He is the author of THE PAPERBOYS CLUB, THE OCTOBER FIVE, THE BLUE HORNET, KILLING THEM GENTLY, and the HYDER ALI SERIES.

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  • File Size: 780 KB
  • Print Length: 292 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 147518316X
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 28, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004HO5XMK
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #537,763 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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THOMAS FINCHAM holds a degree in Economics. His travels throughout the world have given him an appreciation for other cultures and beliefs. He has lived in Africa, Asia, and North America. An avid reader of mysteries and thrillers, he decided to give writing a try. Several novels later, he can honestly say he has found his calling. He is married and lives in a hundred-year-old house. He is the author of THE PAPERBOYS CLUB, THE OCTOBER FIVE, THE BLUE HORNET, and the HYDER ALI SERIES.

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A crime thriller, with supernatural elements and a touch of humour - this book was an enjoyable and entertaining read. There may be some aspects of the writing style that could be improved; this in no way detracts, however, from the characterisation and storyline, which are both very good. This book shows a lot of promise and hopefully there will be a sequel; in any case I'm looking forward to reading some of his other work.

I received this ebook free from librarything as a giveaway for October 2011.
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Enjoyable Crime novel featuring female detective Sam Banter and her male partner Frederick Bashir. The heroine is a single mother bringing up a ten year old daughter and she is given a "cold case" involving a black child murdered five years before and which remains unsolved. She is up for promotion to Detective Sergeant against a male Detective with the winner the first to solve their respective "cold cases". Maryann ,her daughter who is gifted joins up in school with three gifted boys to form the Paperboys club. Throw-in a patient at a mental asylum, Clarence who can "see" and "feel" things around people and you have the make-up of a supernatural thriller.
I read this on an island off the south-west coast of Ireland during my holidays and it was a wonderful page-turner. Thanks to the author.
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After reading Mobashar Qureshi's first novel, RACE, I was very impressed and looked forward to reading The Paperboys Club. Well, I'm happy to say that he again has not disappointed. The natural progression as a writer is evident, and he stays true to the style that has made him successful. The story development is great, and he still manages to find the ability to add humour to this story as well. As some other reviewers have mentioned, Bashir does rival Rupret for most uniquely entertaining character in a novel! Join the club, and read The Paperboys Club!
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An enjoyable dectective novel with a slight supernatural twist! I especially enjoyed the banter between Sam, the protagonist, and her partner, Bashir. I also enjoyed reading from the children's point of view. I did, however, feel that more variety in sentence structure would have made the novel even more pleasant. I would still recommend this to anyone who is a fan of mystery novels!
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This was a good detective novel. It might have been a better book without the supernatural angle; at least, without the inclusion of the children. That part of the book was the least successful as far as the writing style and story went. As someone else mentioned,there are bits of storyline that are never actually realized. It wants a little editing. Overall, though, it was a decent book and I would read another by this author.
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I like the book but I have so many questions that remain unanswered in this book. It seems like there should be a sequel or something. The ending seemed like the beginning of another story.
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I've read and enjoyed both of Mobashar Qureshi's previous novels - 'R.A.C.E.' and 'The October Five' . One thing about this ambitious writer is he chooses not to repeat himself from novel to novel. Here, he uses a multi-protagonist story told from the point of view of three compelling characters; a female police detective, her 'gifted' daughter and a psych patient whose powers cause him great mental and physical anguish. The plot weaves these disparate elements together in a rich narrative about familial love, an innocence lost but regained and the tragedy that befalls certain individuals despite society's efforts to 'fix them'. Add to that a great cold case murder mystery and you have the ingredients of a satisfying thriller. Looking forward to more great stories from this talented novelist.
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Qureshi's latest is an e-book. A slight change from his earlier books this is not a `thriller" but a "supernatural thriller" (a nice designation, that) . A strange cast of characters, the connections between them are revealed gradually but intriguingly. And in Fred Bashir, the implacable partner of female detective Sam Banter, we have a comic character that fair bids to rival Qureshi's first creation, Jon Rupret, in the hilarity-sweepstakes! `Nuff said!
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