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Next Time We Steal The Carillon

3.50  ·  Rating Details  ·  4 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
My book, Next Time We Steal The Carillon, is about college students in the Midwest in the nineties. I would have set it ten years later, but there is not a name for those years. The oughts, the pre-teens, the tweens? Come on! We'll have to wait another ninety years and hope that our great-great grandkids will be more serious about addressing this terrible problem.

But, I d
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Published August 15th 2011 by Louie Flann, via Smashwords
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A Book Vacation
May 22, 2014 A Book Vacation rated it liked it
3.5 Stars

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This was an interesting whodunit type mystery dealing with college aged students, though it reads more as a YA or MG novel. It’s easy to understand prose and characters draw the reader in from the get go, and it’s definitely a fun ride. There are a bit more characters involved in this story than I’m used to, and so as a reader I had more people to try and keep track of, but overall Flann does a good job keeping the reader on
Todd Fonseca
Nov 20, 2011 Todd Fonseca rated it really liked it
Next Time we Steal The Carillon – Middle Grade Mystery

Rating: 4 of 5
Author: Louie Flann
Format: Kindle

Teaching criminology at Braxton University, the last thing Professor Palma thought was that his academic skills would be put to the test when the school’s prized artifact is stolen just before homecoming. Being located in a small Midwestern town, Palma could hardly believe anyone would steel such an artifact. Where would they fence such a treasure? Together with his students Jason, Ralphy, and si
Masquerade Crew
Jul 14, 2012 Masquerade Crew rated it liked it

Next Time we Steal the Carillion is a crime book in which a team of college students is organised by one of their professors to investigate a crime at their school. Supernatural themes are hinted at vaguely and there are some twists. There are some interesting parts to this book, but there are also some confusing parts and a fair few questions left unanswered.

Let’s start with the confusing parts. Firstly this book is told in first person perspective. That in itself isn’t confusing,
Louie Flann
Jan 02, 2012 Louie Flann rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
Hey, I wrote it. How can I not like it?
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