Nowhere to Go and All Day to Get There

Nowhere to Go and All Day to Get There Two short mysteries featuring amateur sleuths Joe and Dottie Loudermilk

  • Title: Nowhere to Go and All Day to Get There
  • Author: Gar Anthony Haywood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Two short mysteries featuring amateur sleuths Joe and Dottie Loudermilk.

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    About “Gar Anthony Haywood

    • Gar Anthony Haywood

      aka Ray Shannon.Gar Anthony Harwood also writes as Ray Shannon He has won the Shamus and Anthony Award for his mystery fiction He writes stand alone novels and short stories as well as series He has also written for the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times, written scripts for television drama series e.g New York Undercover and the District and Movies of the Week for ABC He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America.

    837 thoughts on “Nowhere to Go and All Day to Get There

    • Two very short funny little tales relating experiences that happen to the newly retired and RV'ing Loudermilk couple. He is a retired police officer, she seems to attract traumatic events wherever she goes. Both anecdotes relate events that happen to the couple few would witness or become involved in. Love the dialogue between husband and wife; pretty much any long married couple who have weathered a successful marriage, having raised 5 children, competent in pushing each other's buttons, but en [...]


    • Two well-written short stories (as advertised in the blurb), and they're the perfect length for the stories being told. Good use of character voice, a writing element too often ignored. The plotlines are perfectly believable, which isn't always true with indie mysteries, and the characters are excellent. I did find the second story a tad predictable, but no fault to the author there; he handled it well. If you like the stories in Ellery Queen magazine, you'll probably like these, as well.


    • This book was so funny and a hoot to read.I have been reading mysteries lately so this one was free from bookbI will be reading more of your books. Short and entertaining. Longer books take a while to read at one time. good job!!



    • FrustratingThe two ultrashort stories in this collection were sources of frustration for me. Both started with promising premises: the first a daylight bank robbery; the second a case of spousal abuse. This established, the stories couldn't wait to reach a less than satisfying conclusion. To me, both of these works felt like they were pulled from an outline that was never fleshed out. With a little more effort they might have felt more completed.I don't really know the proper grouping for these [...]


    • The entertaining Loudermilks again run into trouble during their rv'ing retirement. Two short stories that, to me, could have been nice, cozy mysteries. And no kids involved!



    • Very quick! Really left you wanting more! Great flow and kept yourr attention. I could really put myself into this character


    • I did not realize that these were short stories when I got them (free!) for my Kindle. Enjoyable, funny and made me want to read more about this retired, RV-ing, mystery-solving couple.





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