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Walter Danley

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Walter Danley is a mystery and suspense author of The Tipping Point: A Wainwright Mystery. It is a highly praised, fast-paced thriller to die for!

The firm, characters, conflicts, conspiracy and murders in the story never happened, but the fraud, sex, and partner greed where significant elements of the multi-billion dollar real estate syndication business of the 70s and 80s. Critics say if you like mystery and suspense with exhilarating thrills, blind curve plot twists, and page-turning action, you’ll love Walter Danley’s novels. . http://www.walterdanley.com


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Walter Danley I am fortunate in that my Muse has shielded me from that malady most of the time. But when I have a dry spell and the words do not flow, I go to my…moreI am fortunate in that my Muse has shielded me from that malady most of the time. But when I have a dry spell and the words do not flow, I go to my shop and build a table or make a set of cabinet doors or ...anything to change my focus for a bit. Somehow woodworking clears my head and allows me to NOT THINK about the WIP but the work on my bench. Maybe it's the smell of sawdust?(less)
Walter Danley For me, it is the freedom from routine. I guess I may be a bit weird because I write best in the early mornings. Sometimes, with a scene on my mind or…moreFor me, it is the freedom from routine. I guess I may be a bit weird because I write best in the early mornings. Sometimes, with a scene on my mind or some dialog that I've been bouncing around in my head for awhile, I'll be awake at 1 or 2 AM. The solution to both insomnia and the maverick thought is to go into my office, boot up the computers and write. (less)
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