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Long Walk off a Short Porch

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"Long Walk Off A Short Porch" is a traditional mystery, complete with shocking murders, compelling suspects, and a satisfying dénouement.

Michael Stuart reluctantly returns to his roots and the woman he still loves, Sarah Blanchard, who is about to be married. But he finds so much more than he has bargained for. Because on the day after his arrival, Sarah's mother is found
Kindle Edition, 269 pages
Published February 28th 2012
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Jun 17, 2012 Jen rated it it was ok
Sarah Blanchard's mother, found murdered the night before Sarah's wedding, is disliked by everyone in the small Wisconsin town of Earth. the main character, Michael, tells the story as he tries to solve the murder. The mystery unravels really slowly and I didn't figure it out until just before the end. The premise is a little farfetched, though. All in all a decent story, but the book seemed poorly edited (too many homonym errors).
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Gary Campana's novels are quite diverse in nature, ranging from pathos to broad humor, with fantasy and mystery thrown in.

He has experimented with genres since he hand printed his first "Wizard of Oz" novel because he hadn't learned to write in cursive yet. He graduated to one finger on the typewriter and eventually has stretched himself to one finger and a thumb on the computer.

He is striving t
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