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Clint Faraday Mysteries Book Forty: Dead Tired

Clint Faraday Mysteries Book Forty: Dead Tired

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Clint Faraday Mysteries Book Forty: Dead Tired

51 pages
47 minutes
Jan 13, 2015


A man is dead tired all the time. He gets plenty of sleep, but has strange dreams and wakes up exhausted, sometimes with cuts and bruises. They decide he is a sleepwalker. He can stop it by taking medication. Then he dies in an accident on his ATV. While asleep. There is something else behind it. What does radioactive gas have to do with it?

Jan 13, 2015

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Born in Florida, travelled the world as a rock guitarist with some big names in the late sixties, early seventies. Been everything from a high steel worker to longshoreman, from musician to bar owner, and much more. Educated in botany and genetics. Now living in paradise (Panamá!)

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Clint Faraday Mysteries Book Forty - CD Moulton

Clint Faraday

book forty

Dead Tired

© 2019 & 2020 by C. D. Moulton

all rights reserved: no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopy, recording, or any information retrieval system, without permission in writing from the copyright holder/publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical articles or reviews.

This is a work of fiction. Any resemblances to actual persons or events are purely coincidental unless otherwise stated.

Clint is talking with a man in the Lemon Grass Restaurante. The man says he doesn’t know what’s wrong with him, lately. He always seems to be dead tired. The doctors can’t find anything wrong, and have been prescribing vitamins and mild stimulants. He keeps having wild dreams that leave him exhausted. He’s tired, but can’t sleep, in the daytime.

Two days later, he’s dead. He died in his sleep – while driving his ATV.


A Conversation

It Was A Dream – Wasn’t It?

Reckless Driver

Tale of the Far East

Data Needed!

Good News Week

About the author

CD was born in Lakeland, Florida, in 1938. He is educated in genetics and botany. He has traveled extensively, particularly when he was a rock rhythm guitarist with some well-known bands in the late sixties and early seventies. He has worked as a high steel worker and as a longshoreman, clerk, orchidist, bar owner, salvage yard manager, and landscaper and more.

CD began writing fiction in 1984 and has more than 300 books published in SciFi, murder, orchid culture, and various other fields.

He now resides in Gualaca, Chiriqui, Panamá, where he continues research into epiphytic plants and plays music with friends. He loves the culture of the indigenous people. He funds those he can afford through the universities, where they have all excelled. The Indios are very intelligent people, they are simply too poor (in material things and money. Culturally, they are very wealthy) to pursue higher education.

CD loves Panamá and the people, despite horrendous experiences (Free e-book; Fading Paradise). He plans to spend the rest of his life in the paradise that is Panamá

CD is involved in research of natural cancer cure at this time. It is based on a plant that has been in use for centuries, is safe, available, and cheap. Information about this cure is free on the FaceBook page: Ambrosia peruviana for cancer.

Dead Tired

A Conversation

You look tired, Ed, Clint Faraday, retired PI from Florida, now residing in Panamá with his wife and two young children, said to Ed Williams, fellow resident. They were having a delicious dinner at The Lemon Grass, an excellent Thai restaurante, in Bocas Town, Isla Colón, Bocas del Toro, Panamá. Clint lived on the island, part of the year, and on the Comarca Ngobe Bugle, the rest of his time. He was only the second white person in history to be declared a Ngobe Indio, a fact of which he was very proud. His wife, Tyna (pronounced Teena) was a Ngobe. He was raising his chlidren, Nito (Clintonito), 3, and Nicole, 16 months, in the Indio tradition.

"I am. I’m exhausted, all the time. They can’t find why. I get a good night’s sleep, eight to ten hours! I have these wild dreams, and wake up exhausted. I’ve tried to take naps, but I could never sleep, in the daytime.

"Doc Travis is the third one. He’s giving me lots of stress vitamins and caffeine, that helps some.

"I’m a little nervous about this. I wake up with bruises and cuts, sometimes. In the dreams, I’m running from something indefinite. I get in fights, and guess I thresh around in my sleep, because I wake up with the bruises and cuts.

I’m beginning to think I need a psychiatrist, not a MD!


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