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MURDER MYST MAYHEM IN MINNES
|Author||: Patricia Lubeck|
Murder and Misfortune in Minnesota This book contains stories of early crimes of disturbing proportions -- the weapons used to commit these dastardly deeds, the proceedings of the justice system at the time, early prison conditions and treatment of prisoners during their incarceration, and the judge's sentencing of the convicted. Most slayings in the 19th century started as disagreements among farmers in the field. They struggled to make a better life and many times took the law into their own hands. Insults to one's honor were taken seriously and violence was the method of settling disputes. The knife or a bludgeoning tool were the common weapons of choice, but later on, a good pistol could do a quick job in an unfortunate situation. Farm tools could also be used as weapons -- the ax, the pitchfork, the rope, the potato masher, the bolting pin, and even strychnine, which was used to poison vermin -- these were all at the ready and highly effective when needed. This book reveals how various types of lethal weapons were used to commit murder and misfortune in rural Redwood County in the early years. Eventually, official justice was established by the courts, replacing private vengeance committed as a result of feuds, fights or fraud. After reading these stories though, one might wonder -- is there truly any justice in this world!
Fifteen Tales of Murder Mayhem and Malice
|Author||: Minnesota Crime Wave|
The Minnesota Crime Wave presents stories of mayhem by Minnesota‚Äôs finest mystery writers. Some will scare you. Some will make you cringe. All will put to rest the myth of Minnesota Nice! If you read these before bed, don‚Äôt expect sweet dreams.
|Author||: David Aaron Moore|
|Publisher||: Arcadia Publishing|
“Explores more of the seedy underside of the city that the tourist books don’t tell you about . . . from a 13-year-old church arsonist to a lynching” (Lost Charlotte). Today’s Charlotte is a fast-growing and well-respected city. But the Charlotte of yesteryear is rife with tales of the macabre, tragic and simply unexplainable. Prepare to be surprised and unnerved as the dark side of Charlotte is brought to life by native and longtime writer David Aaron Moore. Learn about Nellie Freeman, who nearly decapitated her husband with a straight razor in 1926. Discover how the ghosts of Camp Green infantrymen, the doughboys of World War I, still scream in the Southern night. Read about the seventy-one passengers who lost their lives as Eastern Airlines Flight 212 fell to the earth one foggy night in 1974. Come along and experience the grisly past of the City of Churches. Includes photos!
Minnesota s Oldest Murder Mystery
|Author||: Gary Brueggemann|
|Publisher||: Beavers Pond Press|
On September 27, 1839, the battered body of a middle-aged Irishman was found by some Dakota Indian boys. The corpse washed up along the Mississippi River shore, about seven miles downstream from Fort Snelling near the ancient Indian landmark the non-Indians called Carver's Cave. It was the body of Sgt. John Hays, a popular former soldier, who, prior to his disappearance twenty-one days earlier, had been sharing a log shanty a few miles upriver from the cave with his friend and business partner, Edward Phelan (or Phalen). Before the year was over, Phelan was arrested and charged with the murder of his friend. This is the first book to focus on this historic murder and the first thorough biography of Phelan, a notorious pioneer intimately involved in the making of St. Paul and founding of Minnesota. Was he guilty? All investigative reports and records of Phelan's trial were mysteriously lost and no newspapers covered the story. However, in 1994, St. Paul historian Gary Brueggemann made an amazing discovery in the Minnesota Historical Society archives: hidden in the papers of Joseph R. Brown was Brown's original Justice of the Peace casebook which included his handwritten transcription of the Hay's murder hearing. Using this record, other primary sources, and drawing from decades of studying Minnesota and St. Paul history, the author theorizes a logical solution to Minnesota's oldest unsolved murder. Book jacket.
Why Did Santa Leave a Body
|Author||: Jessie Chandler,Brian Landon,Michael Allan Mallory,Camille Hyytinen,Barbara DaCosta|
|Publisher||: North Star Pressof st Cloud|
Yuletide Tales of Murder and Mayhem from eleven of Minnesota's established and upcoming mystery writers. From holly jolly capers to ho-ho-homicides, this selection of stories is sure to please even the Scrooge-iest of readers. So put on your fuzzy slippers, wrap up in a cozy blanket, lock the front door, and keep your Smith & Wesson by your side. After all, this isn't just Christmas. This is Christmas in Minnesota the land of 10,000 mystery writers.
Mayhem Marriage and Murderous Mystery Manuscripts
|Author||: J L Wilson|
|Publisher||: The Wild Rose Press Inc|
Bea Emerson has finally married the cowboy of her dreams, but her honeymoon with L.J. Remarchik is cut short when Bea finds the body of an aspiring writer on Halloween, killed by a trick-or-treater. She and L.J. are soon pulled into a deadly search for a killer who is hiding among authors, agents, and publishers at a writing conference in a remote resort in Minnesota's North Woods. Will their dreams of a life together be cut short before it can begin?
Murder Mayhem on Chicago s West Side
|Author||: Troy Taylor|
|Publisher||: Arcadia Publishing|
The author of Haunted Illinois takes readers to the Windy City’s wild west, where criminals from Frank Capone to John Wayne Gacy left their mark. Blazing from the West Side, the Great Chicago Fire left nothing but ashy remnants of the developing city, leveling its landscape but certainly not its spirit. While the West Side was home to the infamous O’Leary barn, it was also where news of some of the city’s most gruesome and horrific crimes reverberated throughout the state and across the country. Read about the bloody end of Roger “the Terrible” Touhy, who, although he undoubtedly lived up to his name, met an ill-deserved fate. Troy Taylor also delves into the life of John Wayne Gacy, the depraved man masked by the clown costume, and yet again proves to be a master storyteller and historian of Chicago’s criminal underworld. Includes photos!
Hudson Valley Murder Mayhem
|Author||: Andrew K. Amelinckx|
|Publisher||: Arcadia Publishing|
The Hudson Valley’s dark past, from Prohibition-era shoot-outs to unsolved murders, in eleven heart-pounding true stories. The beautiful Hudson Valley of New York State is drenched in history, culture . . . and blood. This fascinating and thoroughly researched chronicle presents one killer story from every county in the region, including: Sullivan County: In the fall of 1893, Lizzie Halliday left a trail of bodies in her wake, slaughtering two strangers and her husband before stabbing a nurse to death at the asylum where she lived. Albany County: A Jazz Age politician, tired of fighting with his overbearing wife, murdered her and buried the body under the front porch. Columbia County: In 1882, a cantankerous old miner, dubbed the “Austerlitz Cannibal” by the press, chopped up his partner before he himself swung from the end of a rope.
Managing the Mystery Collection
|Author||: Judith A. Overmier,Rhonda Harris Taylor|
Unravel the mystery of fostering a vibrant mystery collection for your library patrons! Whodunnit? Managing the Mystery Collection: From Creation to Consumption reveals just who is responsible—for providing high-quality library mystery collections to fans. This resource takes you through the complicated process, from creating a mystery story to getting it to the library bookshelf and your patrons—all with clear explanations and no plot twists. Authors, readers, critics, scholars, and librarians give you an interdisciplinary inside look at the production and collection of one of the most popular genres in literature, the mystery. This unique book comprehensively explains how a mystery story journeys a surprisingly winding way to reach an avid reading public. No red herrings here though. Acquisitions and collection development resources are provided along with effective strategies that will help librarians to sift through the clues on how to bring life to their mystery collections. Examinations of various subgenres of the mystery are provided, such as romance and Native American mysteries, as well as an enlightening discussion of the links between mysteries, libraries, and interest groups. Managing the Mystery Collection brings you: mystery writer Barbara Fister describing the creative process insights about Sisters in Crime—an organization that promotes mysteries authored by women—and its special relationship with libraries and librarians a detailed introduction to buying and selling books online Web and print resources guidance for the acquisition of mysteries for the younger mystery reader development of a collection of ethnic mysteries the creation of special collections of Sherlock Holmes and author Conan Doyle extensive listings of subgenre titles and details of popular series an organization that networks creators, fans, and scholars of detective and mystery fiction and more! Managing the Mystery Collection: From Creation to Consumption solves the mystery behind the step-by-step process it takes to provide readers with what they want—access to a collection of perplexing, well-written mysteries. This is perfect for public and academic librarians with an interest in building quality collections of mysteries; library school faculty teaching courses in collection building, popular culture and libraries, genre literature, and special collections; and students of those fields.
Murder in Minnesota
|Author||: Walter N. Trenerry|
|Publisher||: Minnesota Historical Society Press|
This treasury of vintage crime offers a vivid picture of Minnesota from the time it achieved statehood in 1858 through 1917. It also traces the gradual changes in social attitudes from the days of frontier justice to the abolishment of capital punishment in 1911.
The Deadly Directory 2003
|Author||: Kate Derie|
A Resource Guide for Mystery, Crime, and Suspense Readers and WritersAGATHA AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST NON-FICTIONEdited by Kate Derie, creator of ClueLass.com, the most popular online reference site for fans of mystery and crime writing.From A.S.A.P. Publishing to Zardoz Books, The Deadly Directory 2003 has everything you need to know about the people who buy, sell, write, and enjoy mystery, crime, and suspense fiction and related non-fiction.Now in its eighth year, the Deadly Directory includes contact names; postal, email, and web addresses; phone and fax numbers; and a brief description of over 750 genre-related booksellers, events, groups, publications, and more.Clever icons and a comprehensive index of who, what, when, and where make it easy to find exactly what you're looking for. Authors, booksellers, collectors, librarians, and publicists all find DD2003 an essential reference for locating mystery-fiction and true-crime resources around the world.And every armchair detective will enjoy browsing through the listings to discover the unexpected, whether it's a fan club for a bizarre, frenzied mystery author (The Harry Stephen Keeler Society) or a weeklong Spanish fiesta celebrating crime and mystery writing (Semana Negra).Any serious reader of this kind of fiction ought to know about The Deadly Directory.--Robin Winks, Boston GlobeThe most valuable reference guide this side of the Chicago Manual of Style.--Tom Fassbender, editor
|Author||: Jess Lourey|
|Publisher||: Toadhouse Books, LLC|
★ 'Once again, the very funny Lourey serves up a delicious dish of murder, mayhem, and merriment.' ―Booklist (starred review) The Minnesota State Fair is the beloved home of 4H exhibits, Midway rides, and everything on a stick. The festival fun is riding high until the recently crowned Milkfed Mary, Queen of the Dairy, a Battle Lake native, is brutally murdered while her regal likeness is carved in butter. Can Mira James, covering the fair for the Battle Lake Recall, manage make-out time with guitar-slinging Johnny Leeson while winning a blue ribbon for caging a killer? You bet your last deep-fried Nut Goodie! September Mourn is the fifth in an ongoing series featuring Mira James, an urban woman with rural Minnesota roots. The books can be read in any order; each novel stands alone. Get all the Mira James mysteries today! May Day June Bug Knee High by the Fourth of July August Moon September Mourn October Fest November Hunt December Dread January Thaw February Fever March of Crimes April Fools Or, if you love to sink into a delicious binge read, check out the smart-priced bundles! Mira James Mysteries Summer Bundle, Books 1-4 (May, June, July, and August) Mira James Mysteries Fall Bundle, Books 5-7 (September, October, November) Mira James Mysteries Winter Bundle, Books 8-10 (December, January, February) PRAISE FOR SEPTEMBER MOURN 'Janet Evanovich fans have a new reason to celebrate! September Mourn is fun, funny, and so cleverly written, you'll be guessing until the very end.' ―Gemma Halliday, best-selling author of Mayhem in High Heels
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Resort to Murder
|Author||: William Kent Krueger,Jess Lourey,Ellen Hart,David Housewright,Scott Pearson,Pat Dennis,Carl Brookins|
Anthology of mystery stories set in a Minnesota resort and written by Minnesota authors.
The Clue in the Trees
|Author||: Margi Preus|
|Publisher||: U of Minnesota Press|
Francie’s brother Theo has secrets—secrets Francie thinks she wants to know. But what if one of those secrets is that Theo is a murderer? To avoid considering that possibility, Francie plunges into her senior year at a small-town high school near Enchantment Lake in northern Minnesota. It’s a radical change from her private school in New York, but she hopes to keep an eye on her great aunts and maybe finally learn more about the mother she never knew. A small silver box seems to hold the answers, and she is determined to get her hands on it. But when her long-lost brother turns up, so does a dead body, and once again Francie is drawn into a mystery. A long list of suspects, with Theo at the top, keeps her head spinning. When Francie herself becomes a suspect she starts to feel like she is walking on thin ice, but it isn’t until she is literally walking on thin ice that the pieces start to come together—and by then it may be too late. In her previous adventure Enchantment Lake, Francie was thrown into northern Minnesota lake living: fishing, berry picking, lost kayaks and scary boat rides, poisoned hotdishes, exploding bulldozers, a forest fire . . . and murder. But if she thinks things have settled down, she’s in for a surprise. A new school with new friends (and a few enemies), a lead role in a play, an encounter with a giant muskie, archaeological twists, secret tunnels, thin ice, and a strangely sticky murder are all coming her way in The Clue in the Trees.
Granny Snows a Sneak
|Author||: Julie Seedorf|
Granny may be retired as Fuchsia, Minnesota's one-woman undercover sleuth for the Fuchsia Police Department, but that doesn't mean she still doesn't need a trusty weapon. Her weapon of choice? A pink snow shovel. When Granny runs over a dead body with her snowmobile, she unwittingly sets off a chain of events that involves mislabeled corpses, empty graves, and stolen money--lots of it! Who's at the bottom of this years old crime? Granny has an idea, but she has little time to investigate, when in just days she's scheduled to marry the love of her life, Franklin Gatsby, in a post-Christmas ceremony. So, Granny decides to enlist the help of her friends and neighbors. Add in Christmas holiday excitement and the arrival of Granny's family, who are all there for her wedding, and mayhem ensues. Of course, Granny can always count on her many furry friends to provide her with moral support, but it's quite possible that Granny--that is, Hermiony Vidalia Criony Fiddlestadt--has a secret or two of her own, which may very well be revealed as GRANNY SNOWS A SNEAK.
Murder Mayhem and Mystery
|Author||: Alan Hynd|
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Reclaimed Haven Mayhem and Murder
|Author||: B.A. Erickson|
|Publisher||: Filbert Publishing|
Tom Tim’s got a tiger by the tail. He has a plot of land to sell, buyers are scarce as hens’ teeth, and… well… he lives in the middle of Murder Central. Whoda thunk a drowsy Minnesota town could earn that title? Tom certainly didn’t. In fact, he’d probably ditch his dead end position at Crossroad’s Realty if it weren’t for the ever gorgeous Sara Smith. If he had a ghost of a chance with that woman, she’d be worth every drop of crazy mayhem erupting all across Crossroads. So, he endures. But, with murders, disappearances, explosions… how can a guy hope to break through the clutter and impress a goddess like Sara? Will he get the girl? Will he ever sell that infernal plot of land? How can Tom and Sara avoid getting sucked into Crossroads’ vortex of crazy? All these questions (and many more) will be answered (give or take) in this tiny volume of Reclaimed Haven: Mayhem and Moola.
Blood on the Stage 1800 to 1900
|Author||: Amnon Kabatchnik|
|Publisher||: Rowman & Littlefield|
This volume examines the key representations of transgression drama produced between 1800 and 1900. Arranged in chronological order, the entries consist of plot summary (often including significant dialogue), performance data (if available), opinions by critics and scholars, and other features.
|Author||: David Skene-Melvin|
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Thirteen Canadian writers from the late nineteenth century to today find intrigue, mystery, and terror in the familiar streets and places of Toronto.