Murder in Mayberry Revisited: All Hidden Things

Murder in Mayberry Revisited: All Hidden Things

by I.M. Tillerman
     
 

In this sequel to Murder in Mayberry: A Pleasing Shape, Deputy Jason continues the trial separation from his wife in the sleepy town of Mayberry, North Carolina. As he ponders not only the future of his marriage, but his own personal future as well, the supposedly peaceful southern town is shocked by a vicious double murder. When two eccentric, bootlegging sisters…  See more details below

Overview

In this sequel to Murder in Mayberry: A Pleasing Shape, Deputy Jason continues the trial separation from his wife in the sleepy town of Mayberry, North Carolina. As he ponders not only the future of his marriage, but his own personal future as well, the supposedly peaceful southern town is shocked by a vicious double murder. When two eccentric, bootlegging sisters turn up dead, Deputy Jason and Sheriff Taylor find themselves plunged into a murder investigation replete with red herrings and surprises.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013876965
Publisher:
SynergEbooks
Publication date:
12/14/2011
Series:
Mayberry , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

In 1944, I was born in South Dakota in my great-grandmother’s house. Most of my childhood was spent living on farms near Sioux Falls.

In the early 1970’s, after graduating from Augustana and Purdue, I was hired as a full-time English Instructor at a college in a suburb of Chicago and for twenty-nine years taught Composition and Literature there as a Professor in the English Department. I took early retirement and since then have been a serious author, having written six novels: The Phoenix Sparrow: A Fable, a tale of reincarnation; The Herbert Trilogy, a group of young adult fantasy/soft science fiction books, centering on an antique grandfather clock that is also a time machine; Teufel-Hunden: “Devil-Dogs,” an autobiographical novel about Marine Corps Boot Camp in 1962; and a novella, Not Look Back: A Memoir, a fictional retrospective about life on a South Dakota farm in the 1950’s.

In the early ‘60’s, while I was in the Marines, I married my high school sweetheart, and we had a daughter, who now has two children, my nifty grandkids. After my first wife died tragically, I later remarried. My wife and I have two teenage daughters.

The most profound literary influences on me as a writer are the very authors whom I taught to college students for three decades: Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Melville, Twain, Fitzgerald, and Tennessee Williams. The two strongest literary influences on me, however, are the sublime poet, Emily Dickinson, and Hemingway, who wrote: “A writer should be of his great probity as a priest of God. He is either honest or not…, and after one piece of dishonest writing, he is never the same again” (Amen, Papa).

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