A Good Month For Murder
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📒A Good Month For Murder ✍ Del Quentin Wilber
✏A Good Month for Murder Book Summary : Bestselling author Del Quentin Wilber tells the inside story of how a homicide squad---a dedicated, colorful team of detectives—does its almost impossible job Twelve homicides, three police-involved shootings and the furious hunt for an especially brutal killer--February 2013 was a good month for murder in suburban Washington, D.C. After gaining unparalleled access to the homicide unit in Prince George's County, which borders the nation's capital, Del Quentin Wilber begins shadowing the talented, often quirky detectives who get the call when a body falls. After a quiet couple of months, all hell breaks loose: suddenly every detective in the squad is scrambling to solve one shooting and stabbing after another. Meanwhile, the entire unit is obsessed with a stone-cold "red ball," a high-profile case involving a seventeen-year-old honor student attacked by a gunman who kicked down the door to her house and shot her in her bed. Murder is the police investigator's ultimate crucible: to solve a killing, a detective must speak for the dead. More than any recent book, A Good Month for Murder shows what it takes to succeed when the stakes couldn't possibly be higher.
📒A Good Year For Murder ✍ A.E. Eddenden
✏A Good Year For Murder Book Summary : Set in the Ontario city of Fort York in 1940, this novel introduces readers to Albert V. Tretheway (pronounced TreTHOOee), an oversized Inspector in the Fort York Police Department, along with his colleague, Jonathan (Jake) Small, his sister Adelaine (Addie), and a bizarre collection of characters who make up the Fort York City Council. In early 1940, Fort York is chiefly concerned with the war; that is, until a series of crimes turns their attention to dangers closer to home. A dead, unplucked chicken with an arrow through its heart is delivered to Junior Alderman Gertrude Valentine, which marks the beginning of a series of “pranks” on subsequent holidays, eventually leading to murder. The city waits breathlessly for each week to pass, wondering which holiday (and which Alderman) will be next. The story reaches its raucous climax on New Years Eve in Albert and Addie’s boarding house, where Tretheway unravels the mystery in front of the entire cast of citizens.
📒A Good Marine S Murder ✍ David Corbett
✏A Good Marine s Murder Book Summary : Colonel Jack Adams crashes an AV-8B, Harrier in the middle of a North Carolina bean field. The task of sorting out the cause of his friend's accident falls to Colonel Dan Breakheart, the Second Marine Air Wing's Safety Officer. Within days of the start of his investigation, Breakheart realizes that not only sabotage was indeed a factor regarding his friends death, but that it may be murder as well. Using information Adams' wife provides, Breakheart begins delving into the last few days of his friend's life. With the help of a young and lovely NADEP engineer and his best buddy, Major "Snake" Burns, he must solve the mystery quickly, but puts himself in harms way to smoke the malefactor into a confession. PRAISE FOR DAVID C. CORBETT'S A GOOD MARINE'S MURDER "Great story-grabber right from the prologue. You don't need me to tell you that your descriptions of Marine Corps life and flying were right on the money! I felt like I was there the whole way." -Major General Richard A. Gustafson, USMC (Ret) " I read this book in two days 11 chapters the fist day and then finished it off early in the morning of the second day. I had a hard time putting it down, as I was so hooked into the story and my familiarity with everything in the book from Cherry Point, Harriers, fighter pilots, O'Club, Memorials for fellow pilots, Hancock Yacht Club and its regatta, the Wing HQ, the Commanding General and Assistant Wing Commander, Chief of Staff and G-3, NIS, NADEP, and Marine officer wives. I was held captive, but it was exactly what I like reading about and kept me wanting more." -Major General Michael Sullivan, USMC (Ret.)
📒Murder Gender And The Media ✍ Jane Monckton-Smith
✏Murder Gender and the Media Book Summary : A shocking look at how the idea of romantic love can justify and excuse the killing of women by their partners, and lead to sympathy and reduced sentences for the killers. The author explores how stories of domestic homicide are told in the news, by the police, and in the courts, drawing from 72 cases which took place over a twelve month period.
📒August Is A Good Time For Killing ✍ Martin Greenberg
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📒Ph D In Murder A Cozy Mystery Short ✍ R. Barri Flowers
✏Ph D in Murder A Cozy Mystery Short Book Summary : Ph.D in Murder is a cozy mystery short by bestselling author R. Barri Flowers. A doctoral student’s independent study reenactment of the well-known and still unsolved murder of Marilyn Sheppard ends with a modern day murder and killer on the loose. Also includes a bonus mystery suspense short, “Kill and Say Goodbye.” A woman discovers a dead woman on the beach that bears a striking resemblance to her. Included as well are excerpts from the bestselling women’s sleuth novel, Murder In Honolulu: A Skye Delaney Mystery, by R. Barri Flowers.
📒Magnolias And Murder ✍ Elizabeth Fritz
✏Magnolias and Murder Book Summary : Marcia Iverson is newly wed but newly widowed by a terrorist act. Grieving but still aglow with the memories of a deliriously happy honeymoon, she decides to continue the plan she and Michael shared to return to his boyhood home in a semi-rural Louisiana backwater. Having cut her ties to her apartment and brokerage job in New York City for marriage, she has nowhere else to go, nowhere to practice her profession, and no one but herself to depend on. When she finds that Michaels death has made her heir to Magnolia Manor, a rundown, nearly bankrupt motel, she applies her abilities to restoring the motel to a paying proposition, building a new family, and making new friends. Just as her plans for the Manor begin to succeed, murders on the premises complicate them. Adding the clues that she gathers to those that an attractive local lieutenant of police shares with her, she runs the risk of herself becoming a victim.
📒Good Clean Murder A Plain Jane Mystery Book 1 ✍ Traci Tyne Hilton
✏Good Clean Murder A Plain Jane Mystery Book 1 Book Summary : Living on her own for her first time, Bible school student Jane Adler cleans houses to make ends meet. The adult world is all new to Jane, as is romance--and murder. But the bodies in her bosses bedroom means she is going to have to grow up fast, because Jane's not going to let a murder mystery get in the way of her plans to be a missionary.
📒A Slice Of Murder ✍ Chris Cavender
✏A Slice of Murder Book Summary : Not too much happens in the sleepy little town of Timber Ridge, North Carolina--which is fine with pizza-purveyor extraordinaire Eleanor Swift. The spunky owner of A Slice of Delight is trying to mend her broken heart and could use a little quiet time. But when a late night delivery customer turns up dead, she's in for just the opposite in this delicious mystery series debut, featuring pizza as the prima character . . . "Pizza lovers will relish Cavender's delightful first in a new cozy series." –Publishers Weekly "Cavender introduces a promising cast of characters." –Booklist "The camaraderie of the Timber Ridge, NC, sisters is reminiscent of Nancy Martin's Blackbird siblings." –Library Journal "A delightful mystery--as filling as a big slice of warm pizza." –Armchair Interviews "As warm and satisfying as a pizza straight from the oven. I can't wait for seconds!" --Laura Levine
✏Kitty Genovese The Murder the Bystanders the Crime that Changed America Book Summary : "Vividly transforms Ms. Genovese from an iconic urban martyr to a three-dimensional protagonist in a case that transformed the criminal justice system." —Sam Roberts, New York Times In 1964 Catherine "Kitty" Genovese was brutally stabbed to death on her front stoop in plain view of numerous witnesses. Her sensational case provoked an anxious outcry and became the stuff of urban legend. Kevin Cook’s “provocative” (Wall Street Journal) investigation upends the simple story we thought we knew. His unprecedented minute-by-minute reconstruction of the crime shatters the fable of the 38 passive witnesses—a myth perpetuated by the New York Times, movies, TV programs, and countless psychology textbooks. For the first time, Cook introduces us to a neighbor who did intervene, and he brings to life a vibrant and charismatic Kitty, working (and dancing) her way through the colorful, fast-changing New York of the ’60s.