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Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town (LARGE PRINT EDITION)

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Anastasia Cassella-Young’s book: ‘Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town’ accurately depicts small town America with its good and it’s bad. Come follow Ana’s story about murder, secrets and the injustice in the small coastal town of Cherryfield, Maine. Who really murdered Marco, a migrant worker and Sherman Stanhouse? What is the secret Don Terrance wants to tell Ana?
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  • By Marie Moody
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Murder, Secrets..." I somehow feel that this reviewer did not read the book in its entirety very well at all because there is a finality to the secrets of the murders. The sequel also completes the same storyline. Check them both out. Title: “ Murder, Secrets and Injustice in a Small Town ” Genre: Mystery Author: Anastasia Cassella-Young and Theodocia McLean Reviewer: Thom Cantrall When I began this task, I anticipated greatly reading a promising murder mystery. I love the way a good mystery leads one down first one avenue then the next… always teasing and tempting one’s mind with possibilities and probabilities until, with a really good story teller, we are part of the plot itself. Such was my dream… alas the reality was far less. I must say, the setting was quaint, if a little scantily developed. One might even call it unique in many ways. Not that coastal Maine has never been the locale of this genre previously, but that it is such a beautiful and pristine area... More > that we all can picture the ragged coastline with the eastern pines growing virtually to the water’s edge. I felt at home with the small town…Unfortunately, the work did not live up to its locale. The cast is a loosely knit troupe of people who all seem to have been married or otherwise related to the main character, a woman named Ana. Of the entire entourage, only Ana’s character was developed enough to stand alone and be recognizable. Even still we find serious flaws that do not become evident until well into a rambling, disjointed story of sorts. The authors began with an inadequate story of a hit and run murder that had been committed in the past. Soon, with neither rhyme nor reason, it switched to a second murder. The authors never bothered to solve either murder nor was the hit and run murder ever really mentioned again after its initial treatment. The manuscript was grammatically correct and the spelling was excellent. The style, which switched at will from past to present tense enroute with various forays back, was not of a quality I would expect to find in a published manuscript. In fact, I would not grade it above a C in a freshman high school composition class. Thomas D. “Thom” Cantrall< Less
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Edition
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Publisher
Anastasia Cassella-Young
Published
September 30, 2011
Language
English
Pages
233
File Format
PDF
File Size
558.33 KB

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