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Kevin Bergeron

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I'm a sixty-year old retired machinist from New Hampshire, USA.

My novel "In a Cat's Eye has been published by Authonomy and is available for $1.99 (99 pence in the UK) on amazon.
Buy a copy and make an old man happy.

Contact me at thefabulousmrbig@yahoo.com or message me here on authonomy. I answer all messages except for spam, love to hear from people.








favourite books

The Old Man and the Sea, by Ernest Hemingway
The Member of the Wedding, by Carson McCullers
The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald.
A Christmas Memory, by Truman Capote. Not a book, but a perfect short story.
Junky, by William S. Burroughs.

my websites

http://inacatseyenovel.blogspot.com/     http://blog.authonomy.com/2012/10/one-to-watch-wed

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my books

In a Cat's Eye

Kevin Bergeron

When a young woman is found dead in a locked room, three friends search for a missing figurine--and find a killer.


The police said Nancy OD’d and she was a tramp. But she wasn’t; she was my friend. I didn’t see her Virgin Mary statue in her room, and I said some guy killed her and took it. Mr. Winkley was in the hallway meowing. The Colonel knew all about crimes. He said, Okay Willy we’ll conduct an investigation... There were lots of suspects in that hotel.

When a young woman in her locked room is found dead with junk in her veins, three friends follow a twisted trail of clues through the Morpheum – a seedy, crumbling hotel, home to the lost, the forgotten, the dreamers, and a killer.

The cover design is by Adam Islaam.

 

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Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 8 days ago

Kevin, Just so you know, "The North Korean" can be found in its full....

Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 31 days ago

Kevin, How's the muse holding up these days? My book "The North Kore....

Andrea Taylor wrote 34 days ago

Hello, hello....just catching up. How is the book doing? Still wait....

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My name is Peter Reich, special investigator to the Pope and former c....

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I've just added a short story collection... The Three Pigs in NYC. If....

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I wrote 100 days ago

I enjoyed reading this. The last chapter consists of historical information and I only skimmed that, though I think it's good to have that chapter in there for the reader's reference. I was surprised to learn that most of the characters are based upon actual people who lived during that time. Thi... view book

I wrote 104 days ago

I've read all you have posted and am now left hanging. There’s the suspicious death of Gerald, his guilt concerning Freda, the identity of the person who left the room upon Gerald’s death. It could be Oliver, or Stanley, J. (James?) Gardner, or just about anybody. I really like the way you’ve shown ... view book

I wrote 114 days ago

I’ve read the prelude and the next chapter. Loved the prelude, thought the story took a different track with the next chapter. First the prelude: Other than a few typos, which I know you don’t want to hear about, this is all good; tight storytelling. You start with a brief, evocative and suggesti... view book

I wrote 131 days ago

I'm up to Chapter four, and liking this a lot so far. Piper and Izzy both have distinctive voices and personalities that complement one another. Isabel is is extremely witty and personable, with a strong and forceful personality. This kind of personality can work for a person only if she is intellig... view book

I wrote 133 days ago

Everything in this fantasy world makes sense, and comes through as quite real. Those magpies are really scary, with their sharp but demented intelligence. I love the characters, and I readily surrender to the spell this story casts; great stuff, no nits to pick, except "magpie's" should have no apos... view book

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