A Nail-biting Collection of Classic Whodunit Tales

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Larry D Steinman Collection of short stories


A 78-year old writer releases a collection of mystifying short stories to entertain readers.


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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Okmulgee, Sep 22, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – What started as a “what-if” became a lifelong passion. Larry Steinman, at his 78th
year, wrote and released Collection of Short Stories, which contains mystery, intrigue, and surprise that will leave the readers on the edge of their seats.

When Larry started to write short stories two years ago, his only reader was his daughter, but now, his book was published twice and is available for anyone who seeks thrill and adrenaline-pumping storyline.

“The Cougar,” “Where’s the Fortune,” and “The Case of the Pearl-Handled Dagger” are some of the classic whodunit tales in the Collection of Short Stories.

Larry Steinman lives in Beggs, Oklahoma.

To read more of the Collection of Short Stories, you can grab your copy at Creative Books, or if you’re around the area, you can drop by at Creative Books’ physical bookstore located at 1321 Buchanan Rd., Pittsburg, CA. Copies are also sold at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Book Depository, and other online book retailers.

Collection of Short Stories
Written by Larry Steinman
E-book | $4.99
Paperback | $10.99
Hardcover | $16.99

Book copies are available at Creative Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other online books retailers.

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