The evil in Mrs. McShea's book is a string of one-at-a-time murders of unattached women over a period of 40 years.
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Raven's Wing's retired police chief thinks a single killer is involved. He teams up with three other elderly people, and they set out to prove him right -- and to get the murderer. Ruth Cavin, the book's editor at St.
Martin's Press in Manhattan, said, "The contrast between the pleasant rural atmosphere and the horror of murder makes more of a dramatic point than if the murders were to take place in a dingy alley in a large city. Ridgefield, she said, "is not like New York, where people disappear all the time.
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Another advantage of the setting for Mrs. McShea is that it suits the kind of fiction she wants to write, "where relationships and family are emphasized, and I don't need a lot of incredible technical expertise" in crime and law enforcement, she said. During Mrs. McShea's Ridgefield girlhood, her mother's death from cancer at the age of 39, "had a major impact on me," she said. It showed me that a bad thing could happen in a perfect place. It also "made me into an observer rather than a participant, so that I stepped back from everything and started to watch," she said.
Murder Among Acquaintances. Papazoglou's latest book, "An Act of Darkness," written under the fine Connecticut pseudonym Jane Haddam, was just published. She contended that readers have tired of seamy urban crime novels.
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Cavin said. It's crime among individuals.
Kittredge's New Haven novels feature Edwina Crusoe, a nurse who goes on to work as a private detective investigating murders that are linked, in one way or another, to the practice of medicine. Kittredge, who used to be a respiratory therapist. The Watertown Bucks are an independent pro team with players from all over the country.
The team may not be affiliated with a major league team, but the players could still be picked up by one. In Watertown, fans are overjoyed to have a baseball team they can call their own again. Tonight every child who believes in Christmas is going to be wondering where Santa is. These days, there are multiple ways kids can track Santa. There's Google Earth and even a tracking app. Pop a balloon with a dart; sink a basketball shot; hook a ring around a bottle. Do so, and spend the rest of a day at the fair slinging an oversized plush gorilla over the shoulder, or carrying a stuffed monkey under an arm.
This year, when the fair gates open Thursday, visitors will see some of the most dramatic differences in decades. An all new midway, with long-time show operator James E.
Strates out and Michigan-based Wade Shows in. Just about six months ago, Gov. Today, Onondaga County is ready to share with the public detailed plans about what this development entails. The rink closed earlier this year after a series of mechanical problems made it impossible to make ice. State Sen. Three interns explain the objectives and the process of the Sounds of Central New York project as they finish the first chapter. The store on the left was occupied by the Watertown Dry Goods Co. It was owned by George Fox and his wife Ruby. Aller vers.
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The house mysteriously burned down nine years ago. The incident took place on Park Avenue which is located off Davis Street opposite This old postcard dates back to about No air conditioning? This ad is from August Waterbury Republican. This morning on Main Street. There are times when Watertown seems like a quintessential all-American small town. This is another Main Street photo from last night. This came from micro film today at the State Library in Hartford. The fact that the victims were inside makes the event even more alarming.
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If you look, you can easily see the cut as well as the old railroad bed today. Today we generally call this the Country Cinema Building. It was built by the Watertown Civic Union. Originally the theater was operated by the Civic Union. Beginning in , it was leased out.
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