Madness in Small Towns

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Things are always a little wonky in Pine Oak, Florida. But lately reporter Sue-Ann McKeown, feels like every crazy thing is landing on her desk. For one thing, a former mental patient demands that Sue-Ann write his story—or else. And what is the meaning of the coded messages she hears on the local pirate radio station? And why has her new best friend quit her job and left town for places Unknown? More

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Published by Black Bay Books
Words: 91,490
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301567133
About Iza Moreau

Iza Moreau lives in the southern United States, where she rides dressage at the fourth level and shoots target archery using both recurves and horsebows. She counts Sarah Waters, Maggie Estep, and the Bronte sisters--Acton, Currer, and Ellis--among her literary influences.

THE NEWS IN SMALL TOWNS is the first novel in the Small Town series. The second and third, MADNESS IN SMALL TOWNS and SECRETS IN SMALL TOWNS, are also available as an e-book and a paperback. The fourth and final volume is a collection of stories,MYSTERIES IN SMALL TOWNS, which takes the characters on in their lives.

Moreau is also the author of THE XYZ MYSTERIES--a series of novellas and short stories set in Miami in 1974. Some of these stories can be found on this site.

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Review by: Pygmy Coho on April 21, 2013 :
This is the second "Small Towns" novel and is a bit darker and more unsettled than the first. Sue-Ann's life is in flux, as are many of the returning and new characters. But as the second of three acts, that turmoil and tension is completely appropritate.

This series was a fun read for me. While I don't want to resort to cliche, I will--it really was a page-turner (even though it was on my computer)! Suspense, humor, philosophy, romance, action--what more could one want? "Madness in Small Towns," is a good story and a great diversion.

Pygmy Coho
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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