The Murder Of My Aunt

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In the beautiful Welsh countryside, Edward Powell is keeping a detailed account of his attempts to do away with his aunt. Of course, the murder of his only living relative is a preposterous notion, but that is exactly what this rather affected young man intends to do. Looked at strictly from Edward's point of view there is some excuse for malice, but on the other hand his wealthy aunt has every reason to feel unfriendly toward him.
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In the beautiful Welsh countryside, Edward Powell is keeping a detailed account of his attempts to do away with his aunt. Of course, the murder of his only living relative is a preposterous notion, but that is exactly what this rather affected young man intends to do. Looked at strictly from Edward's point of view there is some excuse for malice, but on the other hand his wealthy aunt has every reason to feel unfriendly toward him.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781780020389
  • Publisher: The Langtail Press
  • Publication date: 1/25/2011
  • Pages: 158
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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  • Posted April 10, 2010

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    SO FUNNY!

    Edward hates his Aunt Mildred. She is constantly pointing out that he is fat, effeminate and lazy. She announces that, because of his bad complexion, his nickname should be "Spot". After a lifetime of abuse from his aunt, Edward decides to kill her. Problem is, Auntie is right. Edward is too fat to move quickly, too squeamish to use violence and too lazy to do much of the footwork required to do the murder correctly. At one point he has his aunt point out to him which plant in the garden is poisonous because he can't figure it out.
    Both nephew and aunt are so horrible that I kept switching sides over who I wanted to see die- "Ooh, I hope he kills her this time," to "I hope Edward dies this time." This is a funny, funny book about evil people.

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