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Author: Lillian R. Melendez
ISBN: 1612960642
Pages: 192 pages
Publisher: Black Rose Writing (October 27, 2011)
Language: English
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
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e-Book Dismantling Vindictiveness epub download

by Lillian R. Melendez



Dismantling Vindictiveness:DISMANTLING VINDICTIVENESS: A Novel Of Revenge, Greed And Murder And Ones Man's . Mystery novelist, Lillian R. Melendez was born in New York, and grew up in South Orange, New Jersey.

Mystery novelist, Lillian R. She began to publish her work when she was very young. arts as a whole have always been an interest, but creative writing is her passion. degree in English with a minor in Psychology from Trinity University in Washington, . She is a member of Mystery Writers of America.

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Dismantling Vindictiveness by Lillian R. Melendez (English) Paperback Book Free. by Lillian R. Melendez. Christopher Parker's architectural firm is in trouble. Business has dwindled during the recession. Select Format: Paperback. The firm's budget is decreasing at a breakneck pace. Employees fear their funds are being tampered with, and attacks on executives outside of his firm are resulting in murder.

Lillian Melendez was born in New York City, and grew up in South Orange, New Jersey. Writing since childhood, she began to publish her work when she was very young. The arts as a whole have always been an interest, but creative writing is her passion.

Christopher Parker's architectural firm is in trouble. Business has dwindled during the recession. The firm's budget is decreasing at a breakneck pace. Employees fear their funds are being tampered with, and attacks on executives outside of his firm are resulting in murder. Caught in a frightening downward spiral, Christopher, operating only on suspicions, works desperately to unravel the mystery. But time is running out on Christopher in more ways than one. While a saboteur threatens his career, a serious illness threatens his life. Christopher has to find the culprit and make peace with those he has hurt before it's too late. And help comes from the unlikeliest of sources.
Captain America
I read this book in August 2012.

I am over 40 years old and I have read thousands upon thousands of books in my life, from every genre available, and this just may be the worst book I have ever read.

I understand this was a first try for the author. However, with a degree in English I would have thought her English would have been better. There were spelling errors, grammatical errors, tense errors, mix-ups between pronouns, adverbs and determiners and just plain errors on every single page of this book. There were more errors in this published 180 page book than in all the ARC's I've read combined.

The author didn't know the difference between "steak" and "stake" as evidenced by her repeated use of the latter when referring to the former. She had characters doing multiple contradicting things in the same scenes. It's almost like she forgot what she had just written.

In one conversation she had a character ask a question and receive an answer just to ask the question 3 more times before receiving a completely different answer - all on the same page. I read that particular page to my 18-year old daughter who looked at me, shook her head, and said it didn't make any sense. My thoughts exactly. Unfortunately, the entire book was like that.

It was as if the author had never READ a book before because this didn't resemble anything remotely close to a book. The author was excessively verbose. In several instances she said the same thing 2 or 3 different times in the same paragraph - sometimes even in the same sentence.

There was absolutely NO character development. New characters were introduced as if the reader already knew who they were and how they fit in. In addition, the author mixed her characters up constantly in the middle of conversations until you were so confused about who was who it was painful.

It was SOOOOOOOOOOO hard to force myself to finish this book. I have read better essays by remedial high school students. I even made my husband share my pain by reading it out loud to him. I got through 1 paragraph before he begged me to stop.

I contacted the publisher of this book to let them know how absolutely horrible it was. I mean, didn't an editor look at it before it went to print? I was told they had fixed all the errors and were in the process of printing a 2nd run. Personally, it sounded like a waste of paper and ink to me.

I love books, but I tossed this one into the recycle bin.
Akisame
Dismantling Vindictiveness marks author Lillian R. Melendez's first foray into the creative writing rat race, and she makes her first impression on the devoted page turners by providing them with a story about murder and deceit inside architect Christopher Parker's firm that promises many twists and turns within.

Parker is a man whom is suffering from rapidly declining health, and the sight of his architectural business collapsing amidst a voracious recession hasn't aided any sort of recovery effort in his favor. If that weren't enough to mentally sink any human being, his employees have been grumbling behind the scenes about supposedly interposed wages, and the business's funds have been shrinking faster than a snowball in a blast furnace. Some of his high-ranking workers are falling victim to senseless attacks and Christopher is left wondering what the reasoning is behind them, and after one top level company man is murdered, Parker holds a few employees in his mind as possible offenders, but cannot cement a definitive answer.

The race against time is on as Christopher's health slides the downward slope, and he fears the worst for his immediate family & friends, and we see a side of his character later on in the novel that almost turns a 180 degree about-face, abandoning the cold-hearted corporate stonewall persona, and taking on the role of a caring and emoted complexion. His concern for the people that he blind-sided early on in his career is now taking a front seat to his own health concerns, and for that, I applauded his actions.

The action does take some time to progress as there is a professedly sizeable amount of dialogue in the novel itself, almost slowing the story down to a molasses-like crawl at some points. I also am a reader who LOVES to have a picture painted for me as far as scenery is concerned, and the graphic and intricate descriptions that come along with them from some different authors, and that unfortunately was missing in Melendez's storytelling aptitude. There also were a handful of grammar slip-ups that detracted from specific points in the book, and I found myself reading lines over and over again to see if it was just my own eyes that were playing tricks on me. But I refuse to weigh heavily on the negatives here, as just past the refutations is a decent espionage story that twists and turns your mind around in numerous directions - just when you think you're one step ahead of a character's thoughts....POW....a change in latitude that will have you reassessing your ability to decipher assured actions.

In the end, Dismantling Vindictiveness is an even-handed first attempt at murder-mystery writing, and if Melendez can cut down on the glut of confab between characters, then the story can have more life breathed into it..as the saying goes "less is more". If you're into the whole corporate backstabbing, scheming & swindling, with a tidy murder conundrum tied in, then this book is worth your time & money - ENJOY !
Dusar
I read a mystery by the author Lillian R Melendez called Dismantling Vindictiveness. It is a story of Christopher Parker and co-workers, and family members. Someone is trying to sabotage him and his business. Everytime I thought I figured it out something else would happen. He has his nephew, and his friend helping him. There is also a writer for the Discloser Daily Tribune helping out too. In the end its the last one I expected. I hope Lillian will write some more books like this.I cant wait to read some more of her books. It was a great book.

Sandy Foltz
Folsa
It is actually not advisable to go into business with friends without a distinct exit plan. It is far too easy for the friendships to dissolve and things can get very messy as happens in this novel. Christopher Parker is one of those entrepreneurs who wants it all and does things that ultimately he is ashamed of having done. He accuses one of the other partners of stealing money from the firm and effectively ends his career as an architect. The other partner realizes that there is something fishy going on-leaves on his own and starts his own firm. Now, many years later people are getting badly hurt-they are all from Christopher's firm. As Chris tries to figure out who is trying to take down his firm he ends up getting help from someone in his past.

So who is the person trying to take Christopher and his firm down? I did not guess who done it until near the end
Obviously I am not going to tell you-you will just have to read this for yourselves. I did find this to be a fast read and would be great for a day at the beach or better yet--while you are heading to work on a subway or train-or perhaps your lunch hour and breaks for a day or two----