Losing Addison by Marty Beaudet

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Les McCubbin doesn’t think much of himself. “I’m dull, mercurial, and often morose. Always Les,” he tells us. But he is passionate about his twin brother Addison who, he says, “is everything I’m not: tall, blond, athletic, outgoing.” Despite the psychic bond the brothers share, Addison often leaves a trail of trouble in Les's life. One day he goes too far, changing both their lives forever.

Losing Addison was delivered fully formed into the author's mind in the guise of a nightmare. He wrote every day for the next fifteen days to complete the 15,000-word novella. It is unedited, except for typography. Now you can live the nightmare!

About Marty Beaudet

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Marty Beaudet is a freelance writer, graphic designer, communications consultant, and the author of the political thriller By A Thread. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, he has lived in Damascus, Oregon since 1998 with his husband Chuck.
Published March 29, 2011 by CreateSpace. 82 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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