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    peter799
    peter799
    13/11/2017 Quick update: Busy with my final undergraduate year. Working on a research project as well as doing photography and reading more books in the meantime. Will get back to writing but will take a while. *** 02/10/2016 I have put my story Areth on hold as I focus on A Game of Murders which has turned out to be my longest story so far. Stay tuned for more! The numbered stories are all connected to each other though not dependent on it. I'd recommend reading them in order although it's not necessary. *** 05/09/2016 I'm also a hobbyist photographer so, if you wish, you may browse my works here: https://www.facebook.com/prishankphotography I'm also working on new stories. And, to be frank, dunno if I'll be finishing A Game of Murders because I've kinda forgotten how it ended. It's been a year since I updated it. *** Hello everyone! I am an avid book reader and an occasional story writer that I mostly publish online. I usually write whodunits although I do sometimes focus on science-fiction and fantasy. My favourite authors are Arthur C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov and J. R. R. Tolkien while Asimov alone is my writing inspiration. I follow his method of writing a story clearly so that the reader understands what I'm trying to say. I will upload stories as I write them and hope you all enjoy them. Cheers! You can find me on fictionpress.com at https://www.fictionpress.com/u/836462/
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04. The Shower Incident
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A woman is found dead in a shower by a housekeeper in a hotel. The housekeeper contacts her friend Peter and requests that he call his friend Adrian to help investigate the case. Adrian is a private investigator who is well respected by the police department of the city. See how he unravels the case and finds the murderer.

This a short whodunit that you can finish in one sitting. Rated PG-13 because of themes of murder.

4th in the series of cases solved by Adrian.

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