Overview

What would you do if a friend tells you he can identify the killer in an old murder case?
Would you advise him to go to the police?
But what if the police were involved?
And what if the victim was a well-known antique dealer…and firearms seller?
And what if the Mafia were implicated?
Would you walk away ...
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Sleuth-blog

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Overview

What would you do if a friend tells you he can identify the killer in an old murder case?
Would you advise him to go to the police?
But what if the police were involved?
And what if the victim was a well-known antique dealer…and firearms seller?
And what if the Mafia were implicated?
Would you walk away from the story? But what if you were a mystery writer?
This is the true story of the author’s two-year investigation of a 1969 unsolved murder in Fall River, Massachusetts. Written in blog form (that’s like a journal to those outside the blogosphere), the reader follows along, step by step, as the author uncovers information about the case. The reader and author arrive at a surprising conclusion together.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014823685
  • Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press LLC
  • Publication date: 7/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 713 KB

Meet the Author

Joyce Keller Walsh has written six books, including three mystery/thriller novels—“The Pittsley County Chronicles” trilogy (Juckets, Swamp Yankees, and Bog Men)— and the psychological mystery, Winterkill. Her fifth book is a mainstream novel entitled Strummin’ the Banjo Moon, and her sixth book, SLEUTH-blog, is the nonfiction narrative of her cold-case murder investigation. She has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English from New York University, a Master’s Degree from Harvard University, and is a produced playwright and recipient of several awards including a Massachusetts Cultural Council Grant in Playwriting. Along with fellow members of the consortium Authors Without Borders, she hosts a cable t.v. show in New Bedford interviewing regional writers.
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