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The Cheap Kindle Daily read is An Indecent Death by David Anderson

The genre is Mystery with a 5 star rating at only 99 Cents!

“An Indecent Death is an entertaining read! It features lots of interesting characters to keep you guessing on who committed the crime, plus a quirky and endearing main character (Nicholas Drumm) tasked with solving the mystery. Drumm exposes a suprisingly seamy side to the outwardly mundane world of elementary schools and their teachers. The book is fast-paced, engaging, and well worth your time!” –Morgan (Amazon Review) 


When sexy, seventh grade teacher Paula Noonan is found murdered in a nearby park, Detective Sergeant Nicholas Drumm of the York Police Services is called in.

Drumm’s previous experience as an elementary teacher comes in handy when the investigation leads him to Paula’s school, and a host of suspects, including the school’s creepy janitor, an abusive spouse, the principal, a moody and leering fifth grade teacher and the angry and aggressive father of one of her students.

It soon becomes obvious that Paula Noonan’s provocative dress and unconventional behavior are contributing factors in her death.

Wrestling with his health, an emotional ex-girlfriend who wants to get back together with him and a self-destructive colleague, Drumm works through the lies and misdirections that are set before him to uncover the surprising truth.

An exciting and intriguing story, An Indecent Death will keep you guessing until the end.

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About The Author

David Anderson was born in Toronto, Ontario, the third child of a Canadian RCAF pilot and an English war bride.
He grew up in Scarborough, Ontario and moved to Simcoe County, about an hour north of Toronto, in 1976. For thirty years he taught in Simcoe County elementary schools, grades one through eight.
He lives in a small town in Simcoe County with his wife and Shetland Sheepdog, Wilson.
His first book, “An Indecent Death”, was published in September, 2011 and won critical acclaim. “A Striking Death” is due out in December, 2011.

To learn more about this author, visit http://www.nicholasdrumm.com/