Category Archives: Writer of mysteries

THE MANUSCRIPT a thriller of nuclear terrorism coming soon! In this thriller, Paul Janson, author of the Dr. Joe Nelson mystery series, introduces Joan and Frank, a literary agent and a retired cop. There is some humor and some romance … Continue reading

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Being a Ghost

If necessity mothers invention, it is desperation that drives job selection. I was desperate that morning when the e-mail announced itself on my cell. “Afraid of Ghosts? Immediate Job Opening. Apply in person.” The address was just down the street. … Continue reading

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A thank you

I have been very gratified by the response to my short story: The Realtor. I have also read the blogs of some of those who have read mine and found them both interesting and inspiring. You may expect more blogs … Continue reading

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The Realtor: A very short story

“It’s an old house,” the realtor said. “Built to last.” She only nodded. “Not like they build ‘em today. Twice as much timber as needed in this one. Last forever it will.” She nodded again and smiled at him. He’d … Continue reading

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Narcotics and the American Way of Health

I recently completed the opiate prescribing educational program required by the state in which I live and practice. It probably will not alter my practice. I am, as are all my colleagues, well aware of the abuse of opiates. I … Continue reading

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Call Me Diogenes

Call me Diogenes Here wondering with my lamp.   Call me Diogenes Who knows disappointment   Call me Diogenes What I seek has fled   Call me Diogenes Disapointed am I That I was not Disappointed

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Thoughts of Our Trails In the Season of Plenty

Listening, as I do, as Thanksgiving approaches, I hear many saying that we should give thanks for all that we have. This is true and many will do so, some taking the chore more seriously than others: thanking for all … Continue reading

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