The List of Dead Smiths

The List of Dead Smiths The Uber Rich Smiths of Port Royal are dropping like flies and in the most bizarre fashion When Cousin Sheldon suffers death by heavy set Asian hookers and Cousin Lura Lee falls prey to death by pte

The Uber Rich Smiths of Port Royal are dropping like flies, and in the most bizarre fashion When Cousin Sheldon suffers death by heavy set Asian hookers, and Cousin Lura Lee falls prey to death by pterodactyl, Sydney Smith gets the feeling she might be next on the list She hires private investigator Tate Pendergast to solve the mystery Tate believes the Seven Deadly SinThe Uber Rich Smiths of Port Royal are dropping like flies, and in the most bizarre fashion When Cousin Sheldon suffers death by heavy set Asian hookers, and Cousin Lura Lee falls prey to death by pterodactyl, Sydney Smith gets the feeling she might be next on the list She hires private investigator Tate Pendergast to solve the mystery Tate believes the Seven Deadly Sins are somehow tied to the Smith deaths, if only he could find the elusive Pedro a dead ringer for the Mexican actor Cantinflas Pedro, a man of mystery, seems to be nearby each time a Smith dies, but finding Pedro is harder than finding an honest politician Could Ernie be involved in the killings or was he just in the wrong place at the wrong time Can Tate solve the riddle and save Sydney s life, or is he just driving Sydney s Aston Martin around Naples, Florida, waiting for the last shoe or the last Smith to drop Product Details

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The List of Dead Smiths

  1. D.L.Williams was born in San Diego, California and raised in Borrego Springs The small California desert community and large assorted family helped create his unique personality Recently, after spending 24 years working for a New England based grocery wholesale company, he retired and moved to Naples, Florida, to start he hopes a successful writing career His first novel is Pennies from Hell, published in 2013 When not writing, D.L.Williams enjoys riding his bike around Naples, losing New England winter weight ten pounds in two weeks and lounging by the pool in the sun so he wont be confused with the Vampire race He is also writing Children s books with the cover artist that created his Pennies from Hell cover, Tim Campbell of Keene, N.H Their first book should be out at the end of October, The Almost True Adventures of Whyboy.

733 Reply to “The List of Dead Smiths”

  1. The List of Dead Smiths is a wonderful quirky mystery romp that you ll love from start to finish It s really fast paced and I found myself not wanting to put the story down until I had it all figured out.The author introduces the deaths of some of the Smiths in the beginning chapters and the circumstances are just absurd, hilarious and for some strange reason completely believable once you get to know the characters.I really enjoyed this one and I wanted to recommend it If you like your mysterie [...]


  2. Awesome book The author definitely knows how to write a good mystery book The book was one of the best I ve read in a while and I would recommend to start it on a Friday or when ever you break starts cause you might not be able to put it down I stayed up too late P


  3. I received a free copy of this book through a first reads giveaway.The first thing you should know about this book is that everyone is obsessed with dicks No joke, almost every character sounded like a 12 year old boy at some point or nearly every point I think that was supposed to be the majority of the humour in the book but that was old before it was new.So the constant dick thoughts were not funny but was seriously overkill The Smith family attraction to inanimate objects was weird and then [...]


  4. I like the concept of this book and I could tell where it was going and what it was trying to do I just think that it wasn t developed quite enough to get a good sense of a solid plot It however, was an interesting read and I m interested in how Williams continues with his writing I received this book for free through , but I m not being paid to write a review Despite the lack of depth in the characters the story was quirky, and had a good twist.


  5. I am rarely surprised by the outcome of any mysteries, but I have to admit, this D.L Williams did it He made this a really fun book to read and one really crazy ride with all the twists and turns


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