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This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, and incidents are the product of my imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Though after saying that, I must point out that I have known many people with the qualities I write about in this book.
Mark is a young man leaving university; you follow him with his task of looking for work. Carol has been his girlfriend since primary school and they are very happy. John his father is a widower Mark misses his mother and is pleased his father has found Denise his new love, he also likes her. You meet and keep company with his friends, and see his life change. He is not too different from you and me.
He helps his good friend Diane work with a homicide detective to solve a couple of murders. Mark starts to think that Diane has feelings for him, and wonders how he feels about her. He has his share of girlfriend trouble; his perfect life starts to break down. Though not willing to argue with Carol he waits for a better time for the two of them to work things out.
He has always been able to hold conversations with those his senior at university and in the work force. He is a level headed young man, and shows he is well able to get on top of those personal problems that do plague us all.
But he has to use all his skills in problem solving when being faced with unexpected happenings at his new job, and living away from home creates its own set of troubles.
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