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3.33  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Cecilia Orchard lives alone.

She writes fantasy and mystery stories to escape a humdrum data entry job that barely pays for her apartment, food, and bus fare. Then a handsome police detective arrives with news that she is the prime suspect in the murder of her grandfather whom she never knew existed. If inheriting a fortune from a man she doesn't know isn't madness enough,
Kindle Edition, 367 pages
Published (first published November 7th 2011)
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It reads a little like a Detective story, a traditional whodunnit, but with paranormal and other-worldly influences thrown into the mix but that was not my problem. My problem was that the main characters that we are supposed to care about, read like caricatures of themselves and just felt a bit too two-dimensional and under-developed for my liking. The romance aspect of Clockwork Genie felt a bit clumsily done and never really came together.
Mar 29, 2012 ParaYourNormal rated it liked it
Reviewed by Gabryyl Pierce
2.5 out of 5 stars

Broden has created a story that combines Contemporary Fantasy/Murder Mystery/Paranormal Romance.

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Dec 13, 2011 D.W. Davis rated it really liked it
A fun read that was not what I expected. Interesting twists and turns that keep the reader guessing. An enjoyable contemporary take on the genie genre.
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Seeking a career in comic books, Kevin Paul Shaw Broden took art courses throughout his education - only to eventually that no matter what the media, he was a storyteller at heart.

Kevin has been telling stories ever since. His first published story was a science fiction tale that appeared in his college newspaper. Since then he has written for television animation, including the Japanese series MI
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