When Tilly Maxwell, a wealthy widow and a mother of four, hired Pete Frazier II as her private investigator, she had him monitor her oldest daughter Melissa’s every move. The Maxwell’s lived in a 17,500 square foot mansion that sat on 12-acre estate with an ocean-view in Portland, Maine. During that time, Melissa was a junior in high school and had been secretive about her involvement with an older man. It became top priority to keep an eye on Little Miss Hot To Trot, so Tilly added Pete to her payroll of eight. He came highly recommended by a friend from the country club. For some strange reason, Tilly insisted on calling her newly hired P.J. Pete didn’t care, as long as he earned a decent income since his last two cases had paid very little …show more content…
“Hello. I’m Pete Frazier and I’m looking for Ms. Avery, Ms. Danielle Avery?” Pete asked as he stood outside the screened-in porch. “She’s won’t be home until late tonight. I’m her son, Max. Is there something I can do for you?” “No, but can I leave your mother a message to get in contact with an old college friend?” “College friend? Ah… Ok… sure.” Max said, bewildered. “Here you go. Thanks so much. Nice meeting you, Max.” Pete handed him his matte business card wrong side up with Tilly’s address and phone number written illegibly like a doctor would a prescription. On the front of the thick cardstock, centered in big bold black print—Top Notch Detective Agency, Pete Frazier II, Private Investigator 207 -AGENCY1. “Private Investigator,” Max whispered, “You, too, Pete. I’ll make sure she gets this.” “Thanks again. Have a good day!” As Pete waved and backed away, he noticed Max trying to decipher his writing. On the road trip home, he replayed his conversation and felt something was a little off. By the time he arrived in Portland at the Maxwell mansion, Pete figured there had to be more to Tilly’s wanting to find Danielle, but shrugged it
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Thursday, July 28th, 2016 at approximately 8:26 p.m., a follow-up interview was conducted by Detective L. Donegain and Detective D. Johnson with Anthony Smith at the Fayetteville Police Department. During the course of the interview Anthony Smith admitted to knowing the person responsible for the shooting, that occurred at the Tobacco Mart. Anthony Smith stated he Dana Dudley and Jamarqus Hurley had walked from his residence to the Tobacco Mart. Anthony Smith stated as they were standing at the night service window at the Tobacco Mart, the victim had pulled into the parking lot and parked. Anthony Smith then stated Jamarqus Hurley recognized the driver as the person who had shot his nephew “POP”.
The book I read was Baseball Crazy, there are ten different stories through out my book. Reading the title makes you think that each chapter is going to tell you something about baseball. Like the rules of the game, but each chapter is a different story. Baseball Crazy was a book written to tell you about baseball situations they go through.
The woman with the long black skirt opened the door, while wiping the tears from her eyes. A man on the other side of the door asked the woman, do you want to save your son. A boy with fair hair came running to the door when he heard the murmurs of his mother. The boy with the fair hair tried to listen but wasn 't able to hear the response the woman gave the man. The woman didn 't know if she should go through the nuclear war together or should save her son.
But little did Max know that the next day, Preston would go missing, and Max would be the first person to be accused of causing his disappearance. Max didn’t think that anything was wrong until his stepmother, Darla, told him, “Claudia DeWitt is on the phone. She wants to talk to you. Apparently, Preston never came home.” (Page Number)
My witnesses are credible individuals. Ms. Campbell was a worker at Snoopy’s where my client was killed. She was fearful for her life. Mr. Jeffery McCormick was the first on the scene and saw my client first hand lying on the floor of the restaurant dead.
“This ain't fun. But you watch me, I'll get it done.” This is quote was stated by Jackie Robinson. Jackie Robinson was the first African American Major League Baseball player. He also was the first African American to join the Baseball Hall of Fame.
William G. Tapply is an American legal mystery writer best known for writing the Brady Coyne Mystery series. William was born in Waltham, Massachusetts, before his family moved to Lexington. He lived with his mother Muriel and his father H.G Tapply that used to write a weekly column for Field and Stream. He went to Lexington High School and in 1958 enrolled at Amherst College and then proceeded to Harvard from where he graduated with a Master’s in Education. Over the course of 25 years, the master has published more than 40 novels in mystery and fly-fishing one of his favorite pastime.
Pete Rose In the Hall of Fame As any average baseball follower knows the all time hits leader for Major League Baseball, Pete Rose, is banned from baseball due to gambling charges in the 1980s that led to him also being banned from Cooperstown, also known as, The Hall of Fame. The argument I’m bringing forward is not a rare one or an educated one. It is very hard to justify not letting him when baseball players who are proven steroid users are in the Hall, see Jose Conseco, and that’s the only one that is proven, there is a 100% chance that there are more.
Baseball, one of America’s most loved sports. It was the game that American’s created. One of the best baseball players was Satchel Paige. He was a black man playing the Negro league of baseball which was where the black men could play because they were segregated from the MLB. But, Satchel Paige helped earned the rights for black men.
So, it sounded like Nico was going to tell me something important. He stared to say something about a camp, but then a knock on the door and Sadie's voice stopped him. I told him to go, promised to meet him the next day, and opened the door. "Hey, Sadie." I said, trying to
After college Jackie Robinson played baseball for the Kansas City Monarchs, a AAA team. “Because of institutionalized racism and World War II, he did not play his first big-league game until he was twenty-eight years old, and therefore his major-league career spanned only ten seasons”(Jackie Robinson). Jackie Robinson had a very good batting average and stolen base Percentage, which made one manager say: “If that Robinson kid was white I’d sign him right now (the Jackie Robinson Story)!” One manager was not afraid of signing Jackie. His name was Branch Rickey.
Baseball Narrative Rough Draft I was so nervous for this morning’s competition. Today was the day that I had the chance to show to a judge what I had to offer into the heat of the KMEA Piano Kansas State Competition. The songs that I had practiced over from June to October were mere children’s play compared to others in the group who played pieces like Claire de Lune and the 12 Variations of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star (no one in middle school with common sense would choose repertoire made for high schoolers). “Melody, make sure you go over the spots in your songs that you need to work on”, Mom said, shattering my thought process.
My grandpa Curt Peterson was married at eighteen he has not participated in any of the elections in any part of the government, he has five sons and three daughters he has one son that was in the Army for four years. He was in a natural disaster which destroyed the houses near him. He lost his second oldest son to illegal substances. He has not met anyone famous in his lifetime. My uncle that was in the Army got to meet Carrie Underwood for the first time.
Everyone 's at least broken a bone or injured themselves before right? Well this is one of those tragic stories where I unfortunately injured myself. It all started way back in the 5th grade and all my friends and family know I love & play the game of baseball. The baseball season for the little league I play for is about to begin in about 1-2 weeks.