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The Cloverleaf Development

by Keith Scales

Modern and Classic Literary Fiction

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An intriguing tale where everyone in a small town is drawn in to an investigation when two bodies are discovered, buried where developers want to build on the freeway. Great characters and a plot to keep you guessing along with plenty of input from the locals about what may or may not have happened at Marlarky Mansion twenty years before.

The Cloverleaf Development Synopsis

LIST OF INGREDIENTS: CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE, CATTLEDRIVE EATERY AND SALOON BANTER, DISCOVERY OF BODY PARTS, OUT OF TOWN DEVELOPERS.

The inhabitants of Overlook city are not too pleased about the Cloverleaf Development. As the developers begin to dig up the old Malarky Mansion they make a horrific discovery. Intrigue and mystery descend upon the small town, stirring up the locals and baffling Sheriff Wilmot and his unofficial aid Howard.

With its hilarious, colourful residents and deeply buried secrets, Overlook city is well worth a detour.

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ISBN: 9781906894054
Publication date: 01/10/2008
Publisher: Roastbooks Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781906894054
Publication date: 1st October 2008
Author: Keith Scales
Publisher: Roastbooks Ltd
Format: Paperback
Genres: Literary Fiction,
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About Keith Scales

Keith Scales was born in London and educated at grammar school, the merchant navy and through much aimless wandering around Europe. He eventually found himself in the United States and the theatre, in which he has been acting, directing and writing for over three decades. Currently Artistic Director of the Classic Greek Theatre of Oregon, he hopes to devote more time to writing each year.

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