♥ Book Title : Cottage Mayhem
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♥ Book Title : Mayhem and Magic
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♥ Book Title : Bewdley Mayhem, The
☯ Full Synopsis : "Ultra-violent horror meets absurd humour in small town Ontario. Three celebrated books - all of which harbour a twisted ambition to physically alter your imagination - together for the first time. The Hellmouths of Bewdley is a series of 16 stories hiding in a novel about a small town in Ontario's cottage country. Navigating through drunk and dead men, prisons and suicides and mad doctors, these short stories act as a halfway house for literary delinquents. Pontypool Changes Everything is the terrifying story of a devastating virus. Caught through conversation, once it has you, it leads you into another world where the undead chase you down the streets of the smallest towns and largest cities. In Caesarea, everybody's embarrassed and nobody is mentioning the mess. Caesarea, you see, is the town that can't get to sleep at night. Only Burgess demands answers to the really big question: Who's been sleeping in your bed?"Article| Tony Burgess| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Norfolk Mayhem & Murder
☯ Full Synopsis : "Maurice Morson has reconstructed, in painstaking detail, several of the most shocking and intriguing episodes from Norfolk's criminal history for this gripping study. He recalls the extraordinary case of Richard Nockolds, the violent weaver who revelled in assault, arson and machine-wrecking; the two cut-throats who were hanged for killing Hannah Mansfield; Herbert Bennett, found guilty of strangling his wife with a bootlace; Rosa Kowen who may - or may not - have battered her husband to death; John Stratford who murdered the wrong man; Samuel Yarham, the prosecution witness and real murderer; William Jacobs and Thomas Allen, both convicted of killing policemen; and, perhaps the most infamous case of all, the Burnham Westgate multiple murders. To these cases Maurice Morson has applied his skill as a historical researcher and his forensic experience as a former detective. Each case is closely reviewed, and the evidence is questioned. He gives a vivid insight into the local background, the personalities of the individuals involved, their relationships, the means by which the crimes were committed, and the workings of the police force and the justice system which often seems, to our modern eyes, clumsy and mistaken. This engrossing new book confirms Maurice Morson's reputation as the leading chronicler of crime in the county."Article| Maurice Morson| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : The Killer Wore Cranberry: A Fourth Meal of Mayhem
☯ Full Synopsis : "The Killer Wore Cranberry anthology is back with an all-new set of flavorful stories, guaranteed to whet your appetite for both your favorite holiday fare and a tasty crime story. In this collection of humorous short mysteries, see what happens when sisters are pushed over the edge, dentists dine with crime bosses, 1950s private detectives deal with dames and sweet potatoes and a family has a bit of a problem with their future son-in-law. And that's just the tip of the turkey leg! Join us at our table for ten great stories from returning Cranberry authors Big Jim Williams, Lesley A. Diehl, Earl Staggs, Barbara Metzger, Steve Shrott, Laird Long and Barb Goffman. We've brought along some new friends too: Sandra Murphy, Rob Chirico and Debra H. Goldstein. And, again this year, Lisa Wagner presents three recipes in-between the stories that are sure to have your guests killing for seconds! At the head of our table is J. Alan Hartman, the Editor-in-Chief of Untreed Reads Publishing who has curated all four installments of The Killer Wore Cranberry plus the anthologies Year's End, The Untreed Detectives and Moon Shot. So, turn off that football game. Tell Grandma you just don't have time for green bean casserole or gelatin mold. Let Uncle Bernie sleep off the tryptophan in the recliner. Then, find yourself a comfortable spot away from the carving knives and get ready to laugh, solve crimes and experience our fourth meal of pure mayhem!"Article| Lisa Wagner| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Mayhem
☯ Full Synopsis : "Serial killers and murder are what make Laura Drake's novels bestsellers. Twelve years ago, she came to Castlebay to write Murder, the first book of her Black Shadow series. But a terrifying experience with Regina Tate made her too frightened to return to write the sequel. Now, Laura is finally back in Castlebay. Mayhem begins where Murder ended in fictional Shadylake with serial killer Alice Crain. Alice has just murdered Eve Collins and stolen her manuscript. Willing to do anything to become a famous mystery writer, she decides to write what she knows best--murder. Alice's plan--one murder equals a new chapter. When Laura Drake completes Mayhem, a last-minute decision leads her to visit an old woman in Bear Ridge. With each strange signpost, she's pulled into her own mystery of black shadows. Serial killer Alice Crain is a character in Laura's books. But who is Laura Drake, the writer who created Alice? What makes Laura so adept at writing about murder and mayhem?"Article| Linda Guyan| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Murder, Madness and Mayhem
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♥ Book Title : Murder, Mayhem, and Mystery
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♥ Book Title : Mayhem
☯ Full Synopsis : "Spanning ten years of life and poetry. This first collection of poetry from Southern California's award winning poet includes themes from love and spiritual enlightenment, to a struggle to realize ones true identity. Published in numerous journals and magazines throughout his career as well as having published chapbooks, editors have hailed his work as "Powerful Stuff""Article| Chris Aguilar| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Love and Mayhem
☯ Full Synopsis : "To fulfill his father's wishes, satisfy the royal court, and ensure the future of Scotland, Sir Iain Armstrong must marry convent-raised hellion Lady Marion, but she refuses to go without a fight, and when her eccentric family becomes involved, merry chaos ensues. Original."Article| Nicole Cody| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Mistletoe, Mayhem & Mr. Right: A Merry Mix of Humor, Holiday Joy, and Heartwarming Romance.
☯ Full Synopsis : "Unwrap the magic of the holiday season in this heartwarming romance about Christmas wishes, mistletoe kisses and finding love in the most unexpected place. Molly McKenna loves Christmas. Her dream is to create "A Christmas Village" with twinkling lights, falling snow, horse-drawn sleighs, mistletoe, and that magical feeling of love in the air. The only thing that could make this Christmas wish complete would be sharing it with the man she believes to be the love of her life, her sexy Aussie boss of three years, Sebastian Tate.One caveat... he barely knows she exists. Molly believes a kiss under the mistletoe will prove Sebastian is the one. She enlists her best friend, Hunter Bentley, to devise a plan guaranteed to deliver Sebastian under her mistletoe. As Molly heads home for a McKenna Christmas in Connecticut with Sebastian in tow, the plan seems to be working, until Hunter realizes how wrong Sebastian is for her and heads to Connecticut with mistletoe in hand and a plan of his own. Can a kiss under the mistletoe deliver everything on Molly's Christmas list? Click for the feel-good Christmas Romance of the season."Article| Rylee Ridolfi| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Mayhem at Wood Hall & Mallarky at St. Mildred's
☯ Full Synopsis : "Wood Hall, former home of the late Hepzibah Hamilton-Tracy and scene of a distressing drowning, has become a Hotel. Surprisingly, saucy Amelia has been released from prison to earn her living for the first time, as receptionist. Newcomers to the village set tongues wagging, and it is not long before events take a sinister turn.... In the second tale, St. Mildred's church is in dire need of repair and the vague but lovable vicar finds himself in his wife's bad books .... but maybe fortunes can be turned around through a starchy lady archeologist who longs to research St. Mildred's musty crypt? Discoveries in the bluebell woods may hold a clue. As usual in the Suffolk village of Meadowford Magna, the unexpected just keeps on happening.... What the critics say about the Meadowford Mystery series – 'Author Sheila Wright has cooked up a perfect pair of 'cosy' mysteries set in rural Suffolk, England, in the 1920's. Each has its own murder, but the characters and setting overlap. Mystery fans will love these traditional tales, which read like Agatha Christie or P. D. James. Wright knows her craft, and it shows.' Blueink Reviews 'Wright, born in Leicester, England, just after the era she writes about, creates entertaining characters who embody the mindset of society's elite......the quirky personalities and antics of the characters are amusing and keep the tone light-hearted.' Foreword Clarion Review Service 'In the style of Agatha Christie, Wright fashions a story around a mysterious murder in an English country village. Wright follows in the footsteps of the old masters, and the prose lives up to its stellar antecedents. The hired help speak in their cockney dialect, whilst the upper classes converse with the delicate articulation one would expect of someone in their echelon. The characters have depth and presence..... however recognizable, the characters won't be denied their charisma....the colorful images of life in post-Great War England elicit the charm of a bygone era. Once again, a formulaic element comes into play, but when done this well, it adds to, rather than subtracts from, the storyline. For anyone in the mood to solve a murder mystery while taking a pleasurable romp through merry olde England, it would be a crime to miss this one.' Kirkus Indie – A review service from Kirkus Reviews Sheila Wright M.A. (nee Jones) was born in Leicester, England, in1939. Married to Ron, music teacher and Bandmaster, home a Tudor farmhouse. Seven children and numerous grandchildren. Sheila is an Anglican Reader, taught in village schools for twenty years, and in retirement gardens, paints, sings, plays violin and writes books. Look out for more stories of these eccentric villagers in Book One of the Meadowford Mystery series. In time, hopefully, you will discover further stories in Book Three! Cover pictures by the"Article| Sheila Wright| Statement ..."