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My editor, Allison, did a good job of line editing the manuscript for clarity and smoother flow. She provided tons of feedback and suggested additions to strengthen the story. She also pointed out several things that might be confusing to readers that I was able to rewrite. The edit was completed in a timely manner. Overall I'm happy with the service provided.
A short introduction
Even a Small Murder is Still Murder...rnrnCan Mathew Quince find the source of an infestation before the colony is destroyed"”and he is too? rnrnThe stakes are high in this techno-thriller about a planetary colony on the brink of collapse from a beetle infestation ruining the crops the colony depends on for survival. Matthew Quince is sent to find out why the nanobots his company manufactured are not eradicating the beetles like they should. As Quince digs deeper, he learns the reason why, putting his own life in jeopardy.
Author: Richard Paul Lori
Richard Lori has immersed himself in technology for over thirty-five years, first as a hobbyist in Amateur Radio and then with a career in computers and networking. He's worked in diverse industries including the computer service, telecommunications, urethane manufacturing and real estate industries. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Carthage College and has certifications in computer repair, networking and security.rnrnRich was born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he has remained a life-long resident. He's married to his wife, Debbie, and is "Pappaw" to five grandchildren. When he isn't writing in his spare time, he's gardening, woodworking, reading or staying up to date with the latest technology podcasts. He's also a member of a non-profit group that's working towards the restoration of the historic Kenosha Theatre
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