Decatur, Illinois

Decatur, Illinois
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Saturday, August 9, 2014

Stan Taylor's Novel Published

Stan Taylor has passed along the following note about his new novel, Twisted Tears:
Fellow MacArthur classmates of 65!  On August 8th, my first fiction (murder mystery) book was published.  It is a story that weaves its way around many unknown factors, and I really think you may enjoy it.  A freelance female detective, best in her field, tries to solve the perfect crime. 
As of now, it is in E-Book format (Kindle, Nook, I-Pad with a Kindle app, or your own personal computer with a Nook or Kindle reading program. Paperback to follow in the future, but it may be a while.)
Twisted Tears may be obtained from Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Here is an overview of the novel's plot:
Kit Carrone, a beautiful, high profile detective based out of Miami, meets her ultimate challenge when she stumbles upon the crime of the century. Due to one bad choice during her investigation, she now has all the time in the world to review the cases which continue to haunt her. With an adversary that turns simple lives into a twisted, multi-storied, psychotic puzzle, Kit’s new life will never be the same again.

Meet the Author
(From Jonathon Jones Publishing)
Born in a small, Midwestern city, Stan Taylor spent most of his life with a blue collar work ethic deep under his skin, and uncanny, sometimes twisted stories trapped within his imagination. Only after his retirement did he ever think of putting his multitude of little worlds on paper. From mystery and mayhem to fantasy and love, retirement is about to take on a whole new meaning with this author. So sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
That "small, Midwestern city" won't be Decatur, now would it? Ha.

Stan contributed these words to the MacArthur Class of 1965 Reunion and Directory Book (Loren Coleman, ed., 2011) ~ “After 42 years of postal life, I retired and moved to sunny Florida. Living in Palm Coast, and I love it. Working part-time for a marketing company. Lots of travel, but I enjoy it. Married for 42 years and 2 grown sons.”

Congratulations to Stan!