Read Guesswork Author Scott Lininger Joe Odin Is The World S Greatest Guesser, A Carnival Legend Who Can Tell You Your Weight, Your Profession, Or Your Favorite Brand Of Whiskey With Nothing But A Glance And A Grubby Dollar He Uses His Flamboyant Style Of Deduction To Peer Into Small Town Secrets And Unravel His Favorite Puzzles Of All Murders Primrose Whistler Is Just Seventeen Years Old, A Trailer Park Firecracker With Green Hair And A Talent For Trouble After She Witnesses A Brutal Attack And Is Almost Killed At The County Fair, She And Odin Forge An Unlikely Partnership Of Razor Sharp Wits And Masterful Deduction To Stop A Killer Before He Silences Prim For Good.Guesswork

Scott Lininger is a writer, entrepreneur, and mystery enthusiast who lives near Boulder, Colorado His fiction has appeared in Roar and Thunder, The Battered Suitcase, Flash Fiction Online, Everyday Weirdness, Powderburn, Resident Aliens, Day Terrors Anthology, Wretched Moments Anthology, Mystericale, Daily Science Fiction, the Flash Fiction Offensive, and Short Story Me Scott is an Associate Mem

[Reading] ➾ Guesswork  ➵ Scott Lininger –
  • Paperback
  • 196 pages
  • Guesswork
  • Scott Lininger
  • 15 May 2017
  • 9781937070212

10 thoughts on “Guesswork

  1. says:

    Seventeen year old Primrose Whistler road trips from her home in Florida to visit Aunt Vern in Colorado, whom she has not seen for many years Upon arriving she finds her Aunt still mourning the mysterious death of a dear neighbor Well, mysterious to Aunt Vern anyway, everyone else called it a simple case of drunk driving but Vern knows better Prim, having something of an inquisitive mind and a nose for mysteries, can t help but be intrigued by the suspicious circumstances of the accident.It s only a matter of time before Prim makes the acquaintance of Odin, the guesser at the traveling carnival in town Now Odin is not only a guesser, he is the world s BEST guesser For a mere dollar Odin can guess your weight, where you re from, what kind of car you drive, or just about anything else Some people might call it a trick, but Odin simply observes his surroundings, not missing a single detail, and then creates a completed picture based on the puzzle pieces Prim and Odin must work quickly in order to stop a crazed killer before he can strike again.I have to say that I really liked the character of Primrose Whistler, known to frie...

  2. says:

    This was a very good book I enjoyed getting to know Prim and her aunt Vern I would have liked this book to be longer, but the end left everything open enough for a sequel I loved how the author kept me guessing I definitely hope there will be adventures for Prim in the future The narrator was excellent My only minor complaint was the way he said ugg I am not sure if the author wrote it that way, or if he wrote ugh and the narrator said it wrong But really I cannot complain too much He sti...

  3. says:

    This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast Prim comes to Hygiene Colorado to visit her Aunt Vern, So begins mystery and murder for her and the worlds best guesser, Odin to solve There are eno...

  4. says:

    The first 50 or so pages were to set up everything and it was meh.But when Odin was FINALLY introduced, everything sped up thank god.Loved the ending, but no conclusion on the little spark between P and B tho.SIDE NOTE Too many chracters that have na...

  5. says:

    A quick little read Very enjoyable characters I really want to know about them Some of the plot points were a bit predictable, but some of them twisted in an unexpected direction All in all, enjoyable, and I hope to read about Joe Odin his past or his future.

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