The Peaceful Affair
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The Peaceful Affair

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2.64 of 5 stars 2.64  ·  rating details  ·  33 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Renowned detective Noro Myx is called in by the President of the United States to search for the missing War Treaties, whose disappearance could wreak worldwide havoc. Along with his trusted assistants — Miss Lipps, the small giant, and the tall dwarf — Myx eagerly delves into the affair, to quickly discover the treaties are but the tip of the iceberg. The investigation tw...more
Paperback, 324 pages
Published September 3rd 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (first published September 1st 2013)
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Susie Hargis
As soon as I read the characters in this book (Noro Myx, Miss Lipps, the small giant, and the tall dwarf) I knew I would love it. I knew this writer had a sly sense of humor and I was right.

The Peaceful Affair was such an amusing book to read. I could not put this one down because it made me feel good. Sometimes you just get a book that sets a mood that amuses and makes you feel good about things. This was just such a book.

It’s the sort of book I will buy in paperback for friends in chemo. I kno...more
Susan Toy
This was a free eBook I recently downloaded. I did not read very far before I realized that this book was just not for me, hence the one-star rating. I did discover, however, that "flied" is an accepted term in baseball.
Julie Pedersen witt
I did not finish this book. I just couldn't get into it. I don't feel this rating is accurate, though. Maybe it got really good later....
Kelly
I gave up on this book..just couldn't get into it. I only read 30% of it.
Anita
Very absurd, silly book. Not worth reading
Chris Yorgason
I thought the premise was good, but the writing style was very difficult for me to embrace. Probably a good book for some, but not for me.
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did not complete
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Moshe Sipper is a Professor of Computer Science working in the area of Artificial Intelligence. He has published two novels: The Peaceful Affair and Xor The Shape of Darkness; a popular-science book: Machine Nature The Coming Age of Bio-Inspired Computing; and two research books: Evolved to Win and Evolution of Parallel Cellular Machines The Cellular Programming Approach.
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