M is for Malice

By Richard Nurse

Action & adventure, Crime & mystery | Paperback


M is for Malice, is the fourth book in the “Jasper, Street-Fighter, and Me” series. M is for Malice answer’s Maggie’s final thoughts at the end of book 3 of the series, “Serial Doesn’t Always start with a C”. The action begins right away and does not let up throughout the story. Without revealing any specifics in the story, let me only say, that Maggie’s day definitely did not go as she had planned when she left the house in her new toy, a used, but mint, BMW Z-8. Maggie, left alone, to meet a new client while the boys go for a walk in the woods with Jim, who is still ‘convalescing’ at Maggie’s from receiving a large piece of a Ford in his right buttocks at the end of “Serial”. I also want to give a shout-out to my cover designer, Paul Potiki. Paul took a scene from the story, and created a cover that I know will have the viewer, wanting to read the book to find out what is going on around the car. What could Jasper and Street-Fighter possibly be up to, and why is Maggie hiding behind the car? There is only one way to find out, and that is to read the story.


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M is for Malice, is the fourth book in the “Jasper, Street-Fighter, and Me” series. M is for Malice answer’s Maggie’s final thoughts at the end of book 3 of the series, “Serial Doesn’t Always start with a C”. The action begins right away and does not let up throughout the story. Without revealing any specifics in the story, let me only say, that Maggie’s day definitely did not go as she had planned when she left the house in her new toy, a used, but mint, BMW Z-8. Maggie, left alone, to meet a new client while the boys go for a walk in the woods with Jim, who is still ‘convalescing’ at Maggie’s from receiving a large piece of a Ford in his right buttocks at the end of “Serial”. I also want to give a shout-out to my cover designer, Paul Potiki. Paul took a scene from the story, and cre...


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When I write a story, there is no outline or a particular plan of any type. What I write just flows out of my heart and/or mind, through my fingers and onto my screen. I rarely know what is going to happen next in the story, until it shows up on my screen. I let the characters tell the story, which makes the writing of a story for me as exciting and fun, as I hope it does for the readers when they read the finished piece. Plus, the ending of each book or poem is a surprise to me, because I don't know how it ends until it is done.


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When I write a story, there is no outline or a particular plan of any type. What I write just flows out of my heart and/or mind, through my fingers and onto my screen. I rarely know what is going to happen next in the story, until it shows up on my screen. I let the characters tell the story, which makes the writing of a story for me as exciting and fun, as I hope it does for the readers when the...


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