POMEROY , FREIDA and ANITA The rest is traditional casting . Also , a SCENE OF THE CRIME is provided . This consists of a Lost and Found Department at Shady Meadows . It can be set up in the lobby or near the stage and allows the ...
That's what they all say , until people start tripping over a few ex - persons . ... Mr. MondayHARRY . Harry . ... But ... I got called in ... there HAS to be a murder . SCARLET . I'm telling you there haven't been any murders .
Author: David Patrick Cook
Publisher: Dramatic Publishing
Category: Christmas plays, American
'Cast: 5m., 6w., 1 boy, 1 girl. It's finally here! The fifth play in the Harry Monday trilogy! Okay, Harry never could count. Christmas time rolls around and our down-and-out gumshoe is short of cash as usual. He's down to walking dogs for a few bucks when Harrigan's department store has its payroll stolen. And who you gonna' call? Loretta Mondello, the store manager, has complete faith in Harry pulling this one off. After all, she's his mother! Not only is the payroll missing but, crime of all crimes, somebody kidnapped Santa Claus! The store's St. Nick has gone missing along with the money and bonuses. And Harry has only one day, Christmas Eve, to solve the case. Is Scarlet Kloontz, the all-too-friendly clerk, behind it all? Or maybe Carson Page, the newest member of the Harrigan staff, who is also in love with the boss's daughter? And why did Mildred Wolensky, owner of a rival store, suddenly show up? Or Trixie O'Brien, an elf who was the last one to see Santa before he vanished? Maybe that old con-artist buddy of Harry's, Louie Grandville, has pulled another gig? As if clues weren't hard enough to find, Lieutenant Brogan shows up, along with his 9-year-old daughter. And we get a glimpse into Harry's past as he recalls his first case ... in the third grade! What can a flatfoot do to stay free of the fuzz and find the felons? Wise cracks and plot twists fly faster than Santa's sleigh in this yuletide whodunit. One int. set. Approximate running time: 1 hour, 45 minutes."--Publisher's website.
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194 , when it was claimed that the killing of an officer in the execution of an imperfect warrant was murder , the court sustained the claim saying : " It would be monstrous to lay down a different rule . It would put in jeopardy the ...
Someone must know the answers to these questions. I would find out who that was. Then Sam would be happy to swear me in as his deputy and I'd be in on all the ex- citement in town and have something useful to do on Saturday nights like ...
Author: Carol Culver
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
A Food Critic's Review to Die For Everyone's trying the food fair serrated knife, perfect for slicing, serving, and...murder? Hanna Denton has a lot to prove after taking over The Upper Crust, her grandmother's California pie shop. And the Crystal Cove Food Fair is the perfect place to entice new customers. When local food critic Heath Barr serves up detestable reviews of Hanna's pies—not to mention his burning comments about other vendors, too—she's outraged, but she never imagined he'd be murdered. Now Hanna is drawing the worst kind of attention from police chief Sam Genovese, her former high school flame. Can she work through the doughy mess and discover the true killer, or will Hanna do all her future baking behind bars? Includes scrumptious recipes you'll love, from Double Chocolate Cream Pie to Butterscotch Pecan Pie. Praise: "Foodies will eat up Culver's second Pie Shop mystery."—Publishers Weekly
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met with her , and brought her to us . You blady murdering Bitch you ! fays I , as it not enough to rob the People , and be damn'd to you , but you must murder them too ? I'll fee you bang'd , you Bitch ! you bloody Bitch you !
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She was asked how certain she was Virgil had told her about the murder on Saturday night. “I would stake my life on that fact,” she said. ... “Well, if it's Tuesday's newspaper, I must have learned about it Monday night.
Author: James Dalessandro
Category: True Crime
The True Story of a devious killer and the average woman who did what the police couldn't do. A terrible crime is made all the more unfathomable when the least likely suspect is accused, and a woman must put aside her grief to aid the police before the chance at justice is lost forever. These are circumstances in which one extraordinary woman finds herself entwined in "Citizen Jane," a Hallmark Channel Original Movie which tells the true story of the lone woman who refused to let a killer escape, even at the risk of her own life. Jane Alexander had it all: A wonderful family, personal and financial success and a deep romance with Tom O'Donnell. A family friend for 25 years prior to their romance, Tom helped Jane cope with the death of her husband, and captivated her wit his charming, unflappable personality. But Jane's picturesque life came crashing down around her the morning she received the news that her beloved aunt had been murdered. Slowly, astonishingly, the evidence began to point to the last person Jane would ever believe capable of such an act: Tom. As she began to comprehend the unfathomable, the depth of his deceit grew, as she realized he had fled with tens of thousands of dollars of her money, forcing her to sell her possessions and move into a dilapidated old house. Their investigation did not go unnoticed, however, and Tom O'Donnell would not allow himself to be caught easily. Seeing as his original plan was to murder Jane as well, he saw no reason not to carry out this act, thus removing the last obstacle to the life he had plotted and murdered to obtain. With everything and almost everyone telling her that her quest was futile, and with a remorseless killer determined to take any action necessary to remain free, time was not on Jane Alexander's side. In fact, she would come to learn that very little was on her side at all.