The Murdered House
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📒The Murdered House ✍ Pierre Magnan
✏The Murdered House Book Summary : One dark night in the winter of 1896, in remote upper Provence, a family is brutally massacred. Only a three-week-old baby miraculously survives. In 1920, the orphan, S-raphin Monge, finally returns home from the war to pursue the truth. Haunted by the image of his mother's dying moments, he turns on the house that has seen such misery, destroying it stone by stone. As the walls crumble, the killers' identities are laid bare and his anger turns to vengeance. But for every murder S-raphin plots, another hand silently executes it in his place.
📒The Murders At White House Farm ✍ Carol Ann Lee
✏The Murders at White House Farm Book Summary : On 7 August 1985, Nevill and June Bamber, their daughter Sheila and her two young sons Nicholas and Daniel were discovered shot to death at White House Farm in Essex. The murder weapon was found on Sheila's body; a bible lay at her side. All the windows and doors of the farmhouse were secure, and the Bambers' son, 24-year-old Jeremy, had alerted police after apparently receiving a phone call from his father, who told him Sheila had 'gone berserk' with the gun. It seemed a straightforward case of murder-suicide, but a dramatic turn of events was to disprove the police's theory. In October 1986, Jeremy Bamber was convicted of killing his entire family in order to inherit his parents' substantial estates. He has always maintained his innocence. Drawing on interviews and correspondence with many of those closely connected to the events - including Jeremy Bamber - and a wealth of previously unpublished documentation, Carol Ann Lee brings astonishing clarity to a complex and emotive case. She describes the years of rising tension in the family that culminated in the murders, and provides clear insight into the background of each individual and their relationships within the family unit. Scrupulously fair in its analysis, The Murders at White House Farm is an absorbing portrait of a family, a time and a place, and a gripping account of one of Britain's most notorious crimes.
📒Chronicle Of The Murdered House ✍ Lúcio Cardoso
✏Chronicle of the Murdered House Book Summary : This never-before-translated classic of Brazilian, and gay, literature is a Faulknerian saga depicting the unraveling of a traditional patriarchal family.
📒The Pointy House Murders ✍ Tony De Vita
✏The Pointy House Murders Book Summary : Tony De Vita exposes the idiosyncratic facades of inimitable characters – any veneer of civility, conformity, is peeled back as their behavior exposes the subterfuge that transform an idyllic landscape into an arcane thicket of deceit - and murder. Builders Sal Ridiccio, acrophobic master craftsman and Julius, younger brother who would rather nail a pliant broad than a plywood board. Su, Chinese wife, owner of 'Pointy House' with husband, Skip Meriwether, painter with two ears and poet without a hunchback. Regina, current wife of Julius, steel tipped shoed, with a steel tipped tongue who asserts Julius moves his lips when he reads the back of a cereal box. Melissa, first wife of Julius, redheaded firebrand who is determined to solve murders for ... Trooper Detective John Demetrius. Tagged "Cockeye" for his physical perambulations and cerebral perturbations by partner Tim "Kraze" Kurtz. Lilliputian 'Moe' Brown, brobdingnagian wheeler-dealer - verbally vulgar Blue Mingoe Casino facilitator. Babs and Mandy, 'Moe's' nieces/bodyguards - with more plastic in their revealing bras than in their concealed holsters. Joe Smith, Gooey Pond Park Ranger - Native American Blue Mingoe - who swaps peanuts for his squirrels for chips of his Blue Mingoe Casino.
📒American Murder Houses ✍ Steve Lehto
✏American Murder Houses Book Summary : There are places in the United States of America where violent acts of bloodshed have occurred. Years may pass—even centuries—but the mark of death remains. They are known as Murder Houses. From a colonial manse in New England to a small-town home in Iowa to a Beverly Hills mansion, these residences have taken on a life of their own, gaining everything from local lore and gossip to national—and even global—infamy. Writer Steve Lehto recounts the stories behind the houses where Lizzie Borden supposedly gave her stepmother “forty whacks,” where the real Amityville Horror was first unleashed by gunfire, and where the demented acts of the Manson Family horrified a nation—as well some lesser-known sites of murder that were no less ghastly. Exploring the past and present of more than twenty-five renowned homicide scenes, American Murder Houses is a tour through the real estate of some of the most grisly and fascinating crimes in American history. INCLUDES PHOTOGRAPHS From the Trade Paperback edition.
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📒Death In A Prairie House ✍ William R. Drennan
✏Death in a Prairie House Book Summary : A mystery story and authoritative portrait of the artist as a young man looks at the myths surrounding architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the brutal 1914 murders of seven adults and children, and the destruction by fire of Taliesin, his landmark residence in Wisconsin.
📒The Murdered Queen Or Caroline Of Brunswick By A Lady Of Rank Lady C S M Bury ✍ Charlotte Susan M. Bury (lady.)
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📒The Beach House Murders ✍ John A. Miller Jr
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📒House Murders ✍ Virginia Oakey
✏House Murders Book Summary : The murder of a prostitute, Cole, leaves the four remaining prostitutes in an unusual parlor "house" grieving, since she had been very special in their stunted lives. In desperation, since the murder of a prostitute lacks high priority with the San Diego police, they plead for the services of Melba Duncannon. She is an investigative reporter, who has come to their attention through lurid magazine accounts of her successfully bull-dogging the murder of a prostitute long after the police had lost interest. Their pleas strike a responsive spark in Melba primarily because the murdered girl, Cole, came from an obviously affluent background. Why has she sunk so low, so fast? Who are her enemies? Did they come from her old world of privilege? Or from her new one of lawless degradation?