A Murderer's Mind

A Murderer's Mind

by Patricia Turner
     
 

Crime reporter, Rusty Linden, in a career-defining moment, accepts an assignment to probe the mind of a recently paroled multiple murderer. Antonia Brandon, who has spent the past 39 years in prison for her part in a "Manson Family" style killing spree, agrees to go public with her story in order to convince the community of her remorse. If she is to survive on the…  See more details below

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Crime reporter, Rusty Linden, in a career-defining moment, accepts an assignment to probe the mind of a recently paroled multiple murderer. Antonia Brandon, who has spent the past 39 years in prison for her part in a "Manson Family" style killing spree, agrees to go public with her story in order to convince the community of her remorse. If she is to survive on the outside she must quell the fury that her release has unleashed.
While a media pack hunts for Brandon's current whereabouts, she secretly sets up house with Rusty for 10 days. However, when suspicious deaths occur of people who were instrumental in incarcerating her, she becomes the chief suspect. She protests her innocence and claims her enemies are setting her up. Although Rusty tries to keep an open mind, concerns about her own safety begin to grow. When her investigations uncover an ingenious plot for revenge, she finds she's been outwitted by an exceedingly cunning adversary ... And the stakes, which were already high, become suddenly deadly ...

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781456428105
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/12/2011
Pages:
264
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

Meet the Author

Patricia Turner lives in Sydney, Australia. She is the author of several novels and short stories. These include 'The Fragrant Trail' in which crime reporter, Rusty Linden, makes her debut.
Her short story 'The Talk of the Town', set in 1940s Hollywood, appeared in the 'Womanscapes' anthology.
Another story 'Bohemian Heart' is centred around Rowe Street. The little lane-way was Sydney's true bohemian heart, until it was demolished by developers in the 1970s. This story formed part of the 'Stomping Ground' anthology which had as its theme a sense of place.

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