Tape

Izzy is a dyslexic daydreamer with a tattooed girlfriend named Vero. Both in their twenties, they still live at home with single parents.  Two boats without a rudder.

Izzy’s dream is to be a private detective, and with high hopes, he drops an ad in the Penny Saver. Who would answer a PI ad in a Penny Saver you ask? Dema Wilson, an equally challenged young black woman with a tape obsession so serious she should have her own reality show.

But Dema’s grandpa has disappeared and the police aren’t willing to do much to help. After all, he’s a grown man. But Izzy and Vero are willing to help.

They don’t know however that Shorty Thompson, a serial killer is on the loose and he has a ‘hit list’ of people he feels have wronged him. Dema’s grandpa is on that list.

If these guys get out of this alive they will at least have grown up a lot and learned a lot as well. There could just be a future for all three of them.

TAPE  ISBN 978-1-61386-014-4

Available now e-book and soft cover from http://www.writewordsinc.com (Cambridge Books), amazon Kindle, b&n Nook  and most sites.

Doctors recommend Tape over Twine, Staples and Paper Clips two to one.

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