Fun Facts About NO BELLS

I just finished re-editing No Bells. I love this book.

This is Gordon Butler story. He's a favorite among the Rocky Bluff P.D. readers. Nothing seems to go right for Gordon despite being an upstanding, honest, and likeable police officer. Things don't change much for him in this offering.

He gets all the odd-ball calls to investigate from poop to a menacing seagull. 

Cellphones finally make an appearance.

The economy at that particular time period plays a part in the plot. 

He has fallen for the woman of his dreams--and she becomes the major suspect in a murder case. He's determined to clear her name.

A young man with Down syndrome is an important witness.

The title, No Bells, came from something one of my son's girlfriends said to him.

There is no cover as yet because the new publisher is changing them all.

I am so grateful to Mike Orenduff of Aakenbaaken & Kent for bringing this series back to life.

Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith


Lorna Collins - said…
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Lorna Collins - said…
I like Gordon Butler, too. He always manages to get into trouble or end up on the losing end.
Things begin to turn around for him in the next book.
Thonie Hevron said…
Looking forward to seeing the cover, too!
I think the covers will all be similar to the first one.

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