Live Free or Tri

Popular Kindle Live Free or Tri release A collection of three short mystery stories by Judy Penz Sheluk author of

Popular Kindle Live Free or Tri release A collection of three short mystery stories by Judy Penz Sheluk, author of the critically acclaimed debut mystery novel, THE HANGED MAN S NOOSE A GLASS DOLPHIN MYSTERY Barking Rain Press, July 2015 Death and Deception Appearances are often deceiving and that s the underlying premise of this collection In Live Free or Die, a naive 21 year old Emmy falls hard for 31 yA collection of three short mystery stories by Judy Penz Sheluk, author of the critically acclaimed debut mystery novel, THE HANGED MAN S NOOSE A GLASS DOLPHIN MYSTERY Barking Rain Press, July 2015 Death and Deception Appearances are often deceiving and that s the underlying premise of this collection In Live Free or Die, a naive 21 year old Emmy falls hard for 31 year old Jack, an efficiency expert from New Hampshire who is not all that he seems In Murder in the Marsh, cyclist Carrie Anne Camack discovers than she bargained for in the fertile farmlands of Ontario s Holland Marsh In the The Cycopaths, a triathlon team s open water swim training in Collingwood, Ontario, has deadly consequences.. A viral Book Live Free or Tri “Live Free or Tri” earns 5/5 Triple Scoops of Mystery!Judy Penz Sheluk has penned three delightful short mysteries that provide entertaining twists and turns on murder. All three stories are written from the first-person perspective, her characters innocent bystanders often with theories that might not be enough to serve up justice. The descriptions give a visual picture of the Canadian landscape, and along with realistic dialogue the three stories are engaging. I also listened to the stories with Kate Tyler as the narrator of the recently released audio version. She enriches the stories with her voice artistry portraying well the emotions and personality. She goes beyond the traditional read aloud by changing her tone and pitch for male and female characters. Not many accents to portray…it's Canada. (Giggle)“Live Free or Die”This was my favorite with our heroine Emerald, preferring Emmy, being taken in by Jack, the handsome blue-eyed efficiency expert brought in to the company to make them more…efficient. However, after a delightful lunch, they strike up a relationship. He asks her to keep their relationship a secret sparing her from the gossips and HR scrutiny, but it turns out it may be to cover up evidence of his womanizing ways. She is shocked to find the truth about his “single” status, and his fiancé Jill (yes, Jack and Jill) devises a plan of action to force him to mend his ways. Plan A isn’t realistic since it might earn them 25 to life, but Plan B is quite creative. “Live Free or Die” earns 5/5 Bites of Karma!“Murder in the Marsh”Carrie Ann Camack has decided to join boyfriend Jasper in a triathlon, but her skill with the clipless pedals requires more practical application. He suggests she head out to Holland Marsh where the flat farm land will be perfect for her needs. However, an off-road crash into crates of carrots reveals more than carrots have been harvested. A dead bank has been foreclosed on. “Murder in the Marsh” earns 5/5 Crates of Karma’s Carrots!“The Cycopaths”What could possibly happen when you get a bunch of Type A personalities together in the freezing water? Not much, but…murder? A group of woman, dubbed the Cycopaths, are training for the opening triathlon of the season by practicing their open water swim, but Cordelia ‘Sunny” Lemay, the Miss Congeniality of the group, ends up dead. Lots of suspects due to proximity, but motive? “The Cycopaths” earns 5/5 Green Bathing Caps!

About Author

  1. An international bestselling author, Judy Penz Sheluk writes two mystery series the Glass Dolphin Mysteries The Hanged Man s Noose A Hole in One and the Marketville Mysteries Skeletons in the Attic.Her short crime fiction appears in several collections.In her less mysterious pursuits, Judy works as a freelance writer her articles have appeared regularly in dozens of U.S and Canadian consumer and trade publications She is currently the Senior Editor for New England Antiques Journal.Judy is also a member of Sisters in Crime International, Sisters in Crime Guppies, Sisters in Crime Toronto, International Thriller Writers, the South Simcoe Arts Council, the Short Fiction Mystery Society, and Crime Writers of Canada, where she serves on the Board of Directors representing Toronto and Southern OntarioIn addition to her website, you find Judy on Facebook at facebook JudyPenzSheluk, on Pinterest at pinterest judypenzsheluk and on Twitter JudyPenzSheluk

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  1. Live Free or Tri earns 5 5 Triple Scoops of Mystery Judy Penz Sheluk has penned three delightful short mysteries that provide entertaining twists and turns on murder All three stories are written from the first person perspective, her characters innocent bystanders often with theories that might not be enough to serve up justice The descriptions give a visual picture of the Canadian landscape, and along with realistic dialogue the three stories are engaging I also listened to the stories with Ka [...]


  2. Live Free or Tri A collection of three short mystery stories is exactly what it purports to be as the three short story mystery tales in this book are all good ones At forty five pages this very recent release is also a very fast read Live Free Or Die starts off the book where the 31 year old Jack comes to Don Mills, a suburb of Toronto, Canada He is ostensibly there to help with their collection rates having been sent by the US Headquarters down in Portsmouth, New Hampshire After taking each st [...]



  3. Live Free or Tri by Judy Penz Sheluk was a good quick read It is a collection of three short stories by the author They are Live Free or Die , Murder in The Marsh and The Cycopaths I enjoyed listening to these short stories.


  4. This is three short stories I m looking to read from this author and I started with her shorts My favorite read is a full length book, so, I expect to enjoy the series These are good shorts, just not my favorite length So, readers, expect a trio of good shorts that you will enjoy.


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