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  • Steven Schneiderman - Wastelanders

    Wastelanders

    Someone went missing.
    Someone went dead.
    Some eerie interpretive.
    Cards are read.

    Dogs, cats and autos
    might not be there.
    But Louie’ll find ‘em.
    Fifty per plus ‘L’ fare.

    About the author:

    Steve Schneiderman is an associate professor at the Institute of Engineering at Murray State University. Steve has been professional environmental engineering for over 40 years, college professing for over 30, golfing nearly 60. Parting adage for graduates: “Get a good job. Join a fancy country club and invite me to be a guest.” Eternal student commentary: “He’s the strangest Doc I ever met.”

  • Steven Schneiderman - Otherwise Evilicious

    Otherwise Evilicious

    Okay fine, Louie Leppedimay doesn’t save the world. But he helps ensure the integrity of pizza delivery. To piece-prize, Louie will have to rely on Rudy’s face stuffing, library tingling, and help from Universal Crudification Miss Americas. He will wade knee-deep into feely-touchy influence from a romance novella and end-around musical comedy dirges. “The devil made me do it” denizens don’t take Louie seriously. Bad luck, there.

    About the author:

    Steve Schneiderman is an associate professor at the Institute of Engineering at Murray State University. Steve has been professional environmental engineering for over 40 years, college professing for over 30, golfing nearly 60. Parting adage for graduates: “Get a good job. Join a fancy country club and invite me to be a guest.” Eternal student commentary: “He’s the strangest Doc I ever met.”

  • Steven Schneiderman - Marshlanders

    Marshlanders

    Inquisitive spats
    with cats and rats
    heaving into oceanic storms

    Though imagery surrounds
    orbs launched out-of-bounds
    dance on through skeptical scorn

    But at the 19th dinette
    where you settle all bets
    evilists end up forlorn

    About the author:

    Steve Schneiderman is an associate professor at the Institute of Engineering at Murray State University. Steve has been professional environmental engineering for over 40 years, college professing for over 30, golfing nearly 60. Parting adage for graduates: “Get a good job. Join a fancy country club and invite me to be a guest.” Eternal student commentary: “He’s the strangest Doc I ever met.”

  • Steven Schneiderman - Lakelanders

    Lakelanders

    Louie Leppedimay and the gaggle of Universal Crudification Miss Americas once again thwart evil, choke down Old Styles, lie religiously at the Dugout, golf up a tepid storm, and otherwise flounder along the fuzzy boundary separating intellectual acuity from bumbling idiocy. How they manage without serious wounds, other than toward pride and good taste, remains an eternal mystery.

    About the author:

    Steve Schneiderman practices college and professional engineering. It pays the bills. But he has always preferably embraced liberal arts. He simply realized long ago that literary passion would not pay any bills. Louie Leppedimay mysteries overlap art and applied science. The reader might get some laughs; might learn a little about technical ecology along the way

  • Steven Schneiderman - Apostlyptic

    Apostlyptic

    Louie Leppedimay appears nonthreatening while absorbing salience from swirling chaotic soup. That mask means bad luck for local Chicago felons and derailment for international plotters.

    About the author:

    Steven is an associate professor at the Institute of Engineering at Murray State University. He specializes in environmental engineering and regulatory affairs. Steven has nearly forty years of professional engineering experience. His literary endeavors were limited to compositions for friends, including songs, newsletters, greeting cards, and children’s stories. Apostlyptic is the fifth Louie Leppedimay mystery.

  • ReAngstion

    ReAngstion

    Louie Leppedimay is an environmental engineer more cognizant of Chicago street smarts than intellectual acuity. Louie overcomes lost dogs and dads, delicate teenage roughage, and an occasional international conspiracy even though the country club first tee carries more weight than gainful employment.
    Nancy Moyer keeps Louie informed. The Bobs keep Louie safe. The UCrud spies keep Louie interested. Rudy’s keeps Louie from starving. Redeeming social value lurks within odd occurrence. ReAngstion is the sixth Louie Leppedimay mystery.

    Author Bio

    Steve Schneiderman is an associate professor at the Institute of Engineering at Murray State University.
    Steve has been professional environmental engineering for over 40 years, college professing for over 30, golfing nearly 60. Parting adage for graduates: “Get a good job. Join a fancy country club and invite me to be a guest.”

    Eternal student commentary: “He’s the strangest Doc I ever met.”

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