The Last Rites A True Crime of Rape and Execution

September 11, 2011 at 3:59 pm (Books by Yvonne Mason) (, , , , , , , )


The Last Rites A True Crime of Rape and Execution.

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The Last Rites Has Been Released

August 15, 2011 at 10:12 pm (True Crime) (, , , , , , , , , , )


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The Last Rites Has Just Been Released

August 9, 2011 at 12:47 pm (Crime Novels) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , )


The Last Rites

The Last Rites by Best Selling Florida Author has finally been released.

In 1975 a badly decomposed body of a white female was found by two fishermen on Ulrich Rd. in Fort Pierce, Florida. There was no identification with the body. The investigation listed her has a Jane Doe for days. Law enforcement was hindered at every turn in their investigation because no one wanted to talk. She had never been reported as missing because she had been disowned by her family.
The investigation led law enforcement to three counties and included many different branches.
She was finally identified as Pauline Metler age 33 and she had been on her way to Key West from Melbourne. The case went cold after a year.
In 1976 a prisoner in the Florida penel system had a case of conscience and told his counselor that he needed to confess to a murder. This reopened the case. However, there are still many unanswered questions and they will forecver remain unanswered.
Pauline was buried in a paupers grave with no one to mourn her. This is her story.

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The Last Rites A True Crime Soon to Be Released

August 8, 2011 at 8:42 pm (Crime Novels) (, , , , , , , , )


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Brilliant Insanity by Best Selling Author Yvonne Mason

February 7, 2011 at 2:58 pm (Crime Novels) (, , , , , , , , )


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A Voice From the Grave

December 19, 2010 at 9:40 pm (historical) (, , , , , , )


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Blind Creek the last place that Susan Place and Georgia Jessup were Alive

July 13, 2010 at 8:20 pm (Crime Novels) (, , , , , , , , , , , )


Silent Scream A True Crime

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Oak Hammock Park the last resting place of Collette Goodenough and Barbara Ann Wilcox

July 13, 2010 at 4:55 pm (Crime Novels) (, , , , , , , , )


Silent Scream a True Crime

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Review A Voice From the Grave by Author Jennifer Brown

April 20, 2010 at 3:34 pm (Books by Yvonne Mason) (, , , , , , , , , , , )


A Voice From the Grave

A Voice From the Grave

Yvonne Mason’s latest release takes you on an unforgettable ride between past and present. Jonas Biggs, along with his niece Savannah start on a dig at the site of a former prison camp, called Andersonville. What they discover there will take them on a journey of mystery, and horror, that eventually leads them to deeply buried secrets from the civil war. A shocking cover up from a hundred years ago, begins an ugly cycle which rears it’s nasty head in the present when a security guard and museum worker conspire to make hell for the present ancestors of the original family involved.
A Voice From The Grave has it all, history, spirits, and greed leading people to horrid acts, as each generation of the family catches wind of the shocking secret, that finally reveals itself in the present with a vengeance. Even if you are not an avid historical fiction reader, the plotline is enough to keep you reading as every perplexing detail is uncovered in a hundred year old mystery.

Jennifer Brown
Author of In Jen’s Words: Facing the Issues
coming July 29 2010

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Laughed ‘Til He Died – Carolyn Hart, NEW RELEASE

April 5, 2010 at 7:47 pm (Uncategorized) (, , , , , , , , )


Laughed ‘Til He Died – Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat

Jean’s harsh sobs brought Max’s secretary, whose heart was as big as her beehive hairdo, to his office door. Summer-bright in a yellow tunic and white caprice, Barb looked at him questioningly. As awkward as most men in the face of feminine meltdown, Max cleared his throat. “How about some iced tea, Jean? Hey, Barb, bring us some of your special fruit tea and good lemon pie.” Jean using a handkerchief provided by Max, wiped her face, leaving purplish smudges atop puffy redness. She looked shyly at Barb when she returned. Barb placed a try with two big tumblers and two plates on the desk. “Goji berries and guava, my own private blend. Guaranteed to refresh. And lemon pie made this morning.”

Jean Hughes had just stepped into Max Darling’s office at the Confidential Commissions. Jean, who is the director of a youth recreation center called the Haven, came to seek Max’s help. One of the directors was in the process of acquiring enough votes to have her dismissed and she didn’t want to go down without a fight. Since Max’s specialty is in solving problems, he takes her on as a client.

Annie Darling, Max’s wife, owns a mystery bookstore called Death on Demand. At first, she’s not comfortable with Max taking Jean as a client. But that changed with the death of a young member from the Haven and the death of one of the Haven’s directors with Jean being the police’s number one suspect.

I’ve read both of Carolyn Hart’s Bailey Ruth books and loved them. I’m patiently waiting for her to write a 3rd. This is the first of her Death on Demand books that I’ve had a chance to read and I have to say I love it too. Carolyn Hart holds you in suspense until the end. She gives no clues throughout the book allowing you to guess at who the killer really is. In fact, she actually had me believing that the killer just might be Jean Hughes. Did Carolyn Hart lead me on a wild goose chase throughout the whole book? I’ll never tell. Read Laughed ‘Til He Died and find out for yourself.

Harper Collins Publishers
April, 2010
ISBN 978-0-06-145309-0
282 Pages

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