Murder in Linden Nancy Schuepbach

ISBN: 9781434311337

Published: May 7th 2007

Paperback

232 pages


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Murder in Linden  by  Nancy Schuepbach

Murder in Linden by Nancy Schuepbach
May 7th 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 232 pages | ISBN: 9781434311337 | 7.12 Mb

What a read! Set in dusty small town America in the 1950s, this unique murder mystery begins with all the family values front and center. But then the veneer begins to peel off, exposing the inner lives of utterly memorable characters who run theMoreWhat a read! Set in dusty small town America in the 1950s, this unique murder mystery begins with all the family values front and center.

But then the veneer begins to peel off, exposing the inner lives of utterly memorable characters who run the gamut from psychotic to genuinely loving. In two words, its nostalgic and creepy. Unlike most mysteries, we know who did it, but are wrapped up in the characters lives all the more because they dont know what we know - and are in danger. A total winner!

- Susan Stewart Potter, JOA Productions Once again, I was captured by a Nancy Schuepbach novel. You are taken in from page one and cannot put it down. Her characters come alive and are as real as the people next door. - Dr. Joe and Marilee Leach Nancy Schuepbach dissects interpersonal mysteries and murder using vivid descriptions as the tools to display the many layers of truth.

- Scott Buse, Father Nancy Schuepbach has created another riveting, hard-to-put-done murder mystery. The plots skillful blend of rapid cuts from time and place has you eager for whats around the next turn as it sometimes teases you with glimpses ahead but at other times jolts you with complete surprises.

But more than the plots fascinating twists, Nancy carefully explores the psychological complexities of her characters, while embedding them all in a carefully created, beautiful, and utterly compelling word portrait of small town America. Just as in Murder at the Mane Tamers, Nancys characters are intriguing, distinctive, and often disturbing. - Barry Phegan, Ph.D., author.



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