Mystery Novel Tells Story of Adelaide Stubbs, Handwriting Analyst

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Adelaide Stubbs discovers a worldwide terrorist plot through her clever recognition of the same handwriting in a mysterious book which appears on three continents.

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The characters in Literary Terrorists are draw from Claire S. Cabot’s own experiences of traveling in America, Egypt, Argentina, Chile, and an imaginary West African country named Barruni. Her detailed descriptions of these countries bring the drama of her characters to life as she describes their complicated, and often interconnected, lives. The action begins when the President of Barunni, an imaginary West African country is shot giving a speech at the Iroquois Club in Boston. Readers are in for an exciting and entertaining ride in this thrilling novel.

Literary Terrorists is the second in the on-going mystery series with Adelaide Stubbs, handwriting analyst. Claire S. Cabot co-authored her first mystery Write is Wrong with Susan Baumbach Parry. In her own words, author Claire S. Cabot says : “We all tend to evaluate another person visually but handwriting analysis can reveal the unique qualities of an individual which are not always apparent. Handwriting cuts across those visual barriers and reveals the true brilliance of each person who is, in my opinion, unique.”

From a person’s personal pre-disposition, their character, sexual appetites, the way they spend their money and so much more, Stubbs can basically analyze them through handwriting. By simply looking at their handwriting, Stubbs felt the enormous connection with the inner core of that human being. She could also remember what someone’s handwriting looked like long after she had seen the sample. In fact, a person’s handwriting was as memorable to her as a person’s face. However, with her new subjects under analysis, will she be able to provide accurate answers and solve the mysteries that surround the handwriting on the yellow book she found in the ladies room? Or will her handwriting analysis skills take her to a more dangerous situation?    

Readers are in for an exciting and entertaining ride in this thrilling novel as Adelaide Stubbs and her husband Butch travels from Boston to Argentina, Chile, The Andes and so much more as they dig deeper into investigating and identifying the perpetrators of a crime based from Adelaide Stubbs’s handwriting analysis of a mysterious yellow book.

Furthermore, in her very own words, author Claire S. Cabot says that: "We all tend to evaluate another person visually but handwriting analysis can reveal the brilliance and unique qualities of an individual which are not always apparent. Handwriting cuts across those visual barriers and reveals the true brilliance of each person who is, in my opinion, unique.”

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About the Author
Claire S. Cabot is a certified Graphoanalyst and member of The International Graphoanalysis Society and The American of Handwriting Analysis. Ms. Cabot is also an experienced lecturer on the subject of handwriting. She is the co-author of Write is Wrong with Susan Baumbach Parry. Claire S. Cabot has published many feature and travel articles over the years. Her love of travel and cooking are evident in Literary Terrorists. Ms. Cabot is also the author of A Short History of Ingredients. Claire lives on the North Shore of Boston with her husband Sam Cabot. Between them they have four children.

Literary Terrorists * by Claire S. Cabot
Another Mystery Story With Adelaide Stubbs, Handwriting Analyst
Publication Date: July 5, 2012
Trade Paperback; $20.99; 122 pages; 978-1-4771-3261-6
Trade Hardback; $30.99; 122 pages; 978-1-4771-3262-3
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-3263-0
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