Screen Name: Gail Farrelly
Gail Farrelly has published 748 items on The Spoof and is currently ranked 4th in the top writers table.
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Latest Spoof News Story: Sunday 14th September 2014
Spoofing since: Tuesday 25th April 2006
Location: NY, USA
Profile: Gail Farrelly writes mystery novels and short stories. Gail shares a website with her sister Rita, also a mystery writer; first chapters of the Farrelly mysteries are available on the website. Gail's next book, LOL: 100 Comic Cameos on Current Events, will be published soon. She's the author of a number of short stories published online, including DON'T FORGET TO TAKE YOUR VITAMINS, The Meddlesome Mensch, Silver Bells, The Kindle Did It, and She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not: A Kindle's Valentine Lament. Her story "Even Steven" was a finalist in the 2007 Derringer Award competition. Gail's short stories, "The Christmas Exception," "What Are you Doing New Year's Eve," "The Jurors Who Knew Too Much," and "They eDone Him Wrong" (the last story is in the anthology THE KILLER WORE CRANBERRY: A SECOND HELPING) are all published by Untreed Reads . They are also for sale at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple iBookstore, and at other ebook retailers worldwide. The digital collection of the Westchester Library System in NY has copies of the short stories and the anthology. Gail's latest published novel is Creamed at Commencement: A Graduation Mystery. The forthcoming one is The Virtual Heiress.
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