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The Good Riddance Project

3.73  ·  Rating details ·  15 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A campy mystery caper, or something, in short it's a pickle :-)
It's a funny short story/novella about a guy who has lost his patience with shoes, spatulas and his wife. But is having too many shoes really a reason to get rid of someone? He thinks so!
Kindle Edition, 65 pages
Published March 20th 2017 by Faukon Abbey Publishing (first published March 19th 2017)
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Nancy Phy
Apr 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
So funny but true

This should be a required book for all management courses. It is a funny way of explaining project management. I loved it. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a great short fun story.
Apr 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Cleaver tale.

Cleaver tale of getting what you want. For adults who have motivation and time to develop a plan. Must finish story to appreciate ending.
Apr 04, 2017 rated it liked it
This is a fun little read. If you've ever had the desire to be rid of someone, read this first!
Bonnie Dale Keck
Mar 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Kindle Unlimited but got some freebie days or giveaways set up on freebie sites by the writer. The last one was supposed to have another Faukon but writer decided it was better as standalone of somewhat different type instead.

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Clare O'Beara
Jun 14, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: british-crime
This is an ironic crime story, heavily padded / disguised with project management protocols.
The antihero decides to kill his wife because she has too many cooking implements and he can't get her to declutter them. As his work life involves project management he lays out the approaches he needs to take - from concepts of how to kill the lady to how to go about it and where it should occur etc. Methinks it would be simpler to ask for a divorce but this is about a man so rigid in his office manage
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Author of Faukon Abbey Mysteries.

Growing up as a lonely kid in the Frozen North had one thing going for it, libraries! I was a frequent visitor in every library in every place we moved to. Read a lot books and created my own worlds. Finally this year, I decided to publish one of the stories.

My books, which are traditional detective stories, are set in the small town of Faukon Abbey, near Exeter in