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The Inexplicable Expenditure (Abigail Abernathy Volume 2)

The Inexplicable Expenditure Abigail Abernathy Volume When Abigail Abernathy signed on as chief analytical engine analyst for the Royel Trading Company of Bristol she expected her day to be filled with technical matters involving the mighty analytical e

  • Title: The Inexplicable Expenditure (Abigail Abernathy Volume 2)
  • Author: T.R. Goodman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Abigail Abernathy signed on as chief analytical engine analyst for the Royel Trading Company of Bristol, she expected her day to be filled with technical matters involving the mighty analytical engines and immense boilers that made the company run What she did not expect was to be dragged into an investigation of embezzlement, falsifying records, and an immense pileWhen Abigail Abernathy signed on as chief analytical engine analyst for the Royel Trading Company of Bristol, she expected her day to be filled with technical matters involving the mighty analytical engines and immense boilers that made the company run What she did not expect was to be dragged into an investigation of embezzlement, falsifying records, and an immense pile of rotting fish.Even worse, the she uncovers, the she appears to be the culprit It s up to her to figure out who did it, why they re framing her, and most importantly, how to get rid of two hundred pounds of rotting fish before the smell drives her mad.Abigail Abernathy The Inexplicable Expenditure is a steampunk short story about 5,200 words in length.

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    About "T.R. Goodman"

    1. T.R. Goodman

      TR Goodman came into the world in the aftermath of the Mount St Helens volcanic eruption From an early age, he cloaked himself in stories of fantasy worlds, spaceships, superheroes, and dragons, though the mundanes assure him that Washington State hasn t seen a dragon since at least the 1970 s Now that he is grown, he is well within his rights to keep a steampunk dragon in the back yard As long as it doesn t eat all the fruit on the trees, everything is shiny.Armed with a near encyclopedic knowledge of Star Wars except the prequels, which he chooses to ignore , retro video games, and 1980 s cartoons, not to mention a bootleg sonic screwdriver he bought off a vagrant time lord sometime next Thursday, TR Goodman weaves words into stories of magic and adventure, with the occasional alien or spaceship thrown in to keep things interesting Goodman loves hearing from readers You can find him at Websitetrgoodman trgoodmanFacebookfacebook TRGoodmanAuthorTwittertwitter thetrgoodman

    230 Comments

    1. A charming story just like the last one, I hope there will be plenty more in this series so I can continue to explore Abigail's life and work. This story was an easy read with a nice intriguing plot but not too brain heavy, just the sort of thing to read on a sleepy Sunday morning. Once again thoroughly enjoyable, bravo T.R. Goodman!


    2. A steampunk mystery short story with excellent character voice and development, but a bit light on the plotline. A good, fun read, nevertheless. Four stars.


    3. Once again Abigail saves the day by logical thinking and standing up for herself. Go Abigail!It's short and makes me wish for a longer story.


    4. of a growing list of Victorian heroines, Abigail became and remains my first. I truly hope Mr. Goodman writes more of these cerebral, cheeky tales with England's best techie!




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