Thursday, October 29, 2009

Happy Hallopalooza!


Welcome scavengers!


You’re visiting the blogspot of humor author Norm Cowie, who just published his third book, Fang Face, a vampire young adult book.


Fang Face, is a lot like Twilight, and … well, no, it really isn’t.


The only thing they have in common is they take place in school and they have vampires. Otherwise, there’s none of the forbitten, er forbidden love, there’s a lot more fang and way, way more humor.


Bestselling author James Rollins said, “I loved this book, fangs and all.”


Check it out at http://fangface.homestead.com


Leave a comment on this blog along with your email address to enter a drawing for a free signed copy of Fang Face (signed by both me and the cover artist!)


Anyway, the commercial break is over. Back to your hunt:


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Fang Place – post #18 http://fangplace.blogspot.com

Detective Fletcher Jones looked at her like she was some swamp creature who had crawled in the passenger side of his car and squatted on his upholstery.

"Rough night? Got to hand it to you, when you say you're going to do a little digging, you really mean digging."

It was almost dawn. She'd been unconscious longer than she'd thought. After she'd freed herself, she'd looked for the Bangkok Blue orchid. She'd found it and a large hole. The file was gone. Either she'd led the killer to it or he/she had taken it after killing Carla.

The police had checked the greenhouse for clues, but holes in a flowerbed didn't make the cut for unusual items.

Milla glanced down at her wet, muddy clothes. The floor of a greenhouse, no matter how expensive, was filthy. Her nails were broken and dirty from scratching around on the floor and in the flowerbed. Her clothes were ruined. Good thing she was staining Fletcher's car seats instead of her own.

"Fletcher, I want to re-interview Liza Barrymore and Sonya Reyes. And I'd like to do it at the police station, if you don't mind." She'd had her fill of playing nice with G. Winston Howard's guests.

"Liza Barrymore, the makeup artiste, no problem. The mayor's wife, well that could be messy." He chuckled, opening his glove box and handing her a package of wet-wipes.

"Sure, I'm game. The union will protect me from his Honor's wrath. But you're going to need to hose off first. We just got new furniture in the interrogation rooms."

"Swell." Milla grabbed her extra clothes from the trunk of her car and motioned for Fletcher to open up the trunk on his patrol car. She dropped her bag inside, noting the evidence sacks containing the costumes from the party. The killer's clothes were probably in there. "Let's go."

She glanced at Fletcher as they drove off the property. She still needed to mention to him that her attacker had taken her gun. He wasn't going to be happy.

Next Clue Location - http://morganmandel.blogspot.com

19 comments:

  1. This is interesting
    canyonson@att.net

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  2. Having a great time
    findjessyhere at gmail dot com

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  3. So many clues! What fun!

    dlodden at frontiernet dot net

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  4. Working WITH the police, how novel! :)
    PK the Bookeemonster
    peakae@aol.com

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  5. Real guns, stun guns. This is getting dangerous.

    Julie
    jagmiller5 at gmail.com

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  6. We're getting close...

    edithmax at gmail

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  7. I'm going to have to start taking notes!

    jgbeads(at)gmail(dot)com

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  8. What is going on?!!???!!!

    jbh307 at bellsouth dot net

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  9. I fear I am not a very good detective...still thinking.
    kpg813@gmail.com

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  10. Now MY nails are broken from all the clue digging! Having lots of fun. Thanks for your participation in Hallopalooza! Suzy
    thorntonks@yahoo.com

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  11. I am not getting very far with a solution but will keep trying.

    Helen Kiker hdkiker@comcast.net

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  12. How is it possible that I STILL have no clue? I feel like I must be bad at this.

    zedster.tbb(at)gmail(DOT)com

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  13. Love the progressive mystery and a chance to find new blogs and win prizes.
    pennyt@hotmail.com

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  14. What a blast!!! The story just keeps getting more and more interesting.


    pawsnstamp@crestviewcable.com

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  15. This is so much fun
    dftrew(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. LOL he's worried about the furniture at the station?


    Fun hunt!

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  17. At least she was dressed appropriately for crawling around a greenhouse floor.

    boots9k at wowway.com

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  18. This is a great post-Halloween lazy Sunday activity, and I am really enjoying the mystery!
    Well done!
    LJ
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  19. Real guns, stun guns. This is getting dangerous.

    Work from home India

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