Naked on the Inside
by Shirley Ellen Dodding
Naked on the Inside introduces us to a man who endeavors to overcome his past addictions and lead a productive life as a detective. Along his journey, the people in his life become part of it in such a way their lives are changed as wellincluding the lives of a homeless man, a lonely young woman, and an immigrant from Colombia. When the detective and his dog are in the lead, all details are uncovered and any man or woman who commits a crime in the neighborhood will be stopped.
This novel expresses the warmth of the human condition. All people, whether local or from afar, should be treated with respect and given the opportunity to better themselves and others. Where there is love, there is hope.
About the Author:
Shirley Ellen Dodding lives in the interior of British Columbia in a desert zone. She is a retired seventh grade teacher, and this is her second novel. Shirley loves to dance and decorate dance halls. She also loves to spend time with her blended family of ten grown children and nine grandchildren.
(2016, Paperback, 154 pages)