Ian by Justin McLachlan

Ian

By Justin McLachlan

  • Release Date: 2009-08-02
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 12 Ratings
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Description

When Ian, a small town prosecutor, is drawn back to his old law school to help investigate the theft of an expensive piece of art, he unexpectedly meets someone from his past who begins to unravel a devastating secret. A short story.

Reviews

  • Nice short story,let down by spelling mistakes!

    3
    By Paul MacEwan
    Working in publishing, all those little spelling mistakes that littered this short story, spoiled it for me! The story itself was an enjoyable read otherwise. And, I appreciate it is free, but pride would surely make the author check the editing! Stared and Staring seem to be problem words. "There" does not equal "their" either. Pedantry aside I'll be checking out more work from the author :)
  • Badly written, or typo's?

    2
    By Jessica_15329
    This iBook, although short, had a good storyline and I liked the imagery used, although I felt the locations, such as the university, and the town it's set in could be better described, as I'm not American and so don't even know where this town was. I would give this short story four stars if it wasn't for the numerous spelling and grammatical mistakes. Although the imagery was good, I can't overlook the fact that it was very badly written, in terms of the general language uses. 
  • Fantastic!

    5
    By Kylie238
    This was a fantastic story full of some great twists. I did see some typos, but am guessing they were just conversion problems from the print version. Still so worth your time!
  • Needs some serious proof reading!

    3
    By palmsings
    This Is the first book I've started to read on iBooks and it seems a nice little feature. Only about 10 pages in but felt I had to mention the numerous grammatical and spelling mistakes already. Is this the original manuscript or has someone done a poor job of retyping these? Either way, I'm pleased I didn't pay for this as there is no excuse for this many errors in a professional piece of literature. I now step down from my soap box and will carry on reading.

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