Extreme Malice

Rated 3.60/5 based on 5 reviews
She was found with a guitar string still wrapped tightly around her soft neck. Eighteen year old Josh Anderson, the college boy from next door, is charged with her murder. It was his guitar string around her neck. His footprints are found inside her house. Her earring found under his bed. Donna Gardner's husband Jack was hundreds of miles away on business.
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About R E Swirsky

Ray grew up in the small town of Kimberley in British Columbia before moving to Calgary Alberta to go to college. He has remained in the Calgary area ever since.

OUTSIDE FORCES Released October 2015
A secret vigilante organization named the Order has been formed to correct the errors of an imperfect justice system. Garrod Shaw, accused of killing his three young children and dumping their bodies in a lake has beaten his murder charge on a technicality. A Russian Diplomat, while driving impaired, runs down and kills a young woman and faces no penalty or prosecution after claiming diplomatic immunity. Both men are habitually dangerous and for the protection of all citizens, the Order believes it is time to remove these two once and for all.

The dare was simple. Spend one night down at the bottom of Bumstead's well. When Vincent's friends fail to return at the agreed time, Vincent finds himself trapped alone and reflecting on his short life.

A young boy commits suicide. The town folk believe it was another result of bullying but two brothers discover the truth and decide to take matters into their own hands. A tale of abuse, shame and standing up for what you believe is right.

If you could create the perfect murder and get away with it, would you? A young university student is charged with murder. His guitar string is wrapped around her neck. His shoe prints are left at the scene. Her earrings found under his bed. Her husband hundreds of miles away. The perfect murder? You be the judge.

A time travel mystery about four students who disappeared in the mid 1960s.

A very short psychological story. Bobby, a young boy alone at the fair grounds, finds comfort in a stranger who reaches out to him. Having the best night of his life, Bobby is unaware his new friend has something very different in store for him.

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Review by: Susan on Aug. 23, 2016 :
A good read, thank you.
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Review by: Robert Schobernd on April 26, 2013 :
The storyline is excellent, well thought out. That said the main character comes off as a nut case at times with his constant self introspection. The editing is terrible and the writing is wordy and repetitive. I'm giving it a decent mark only on the strength of the plot. It has promise after it's cleaned up, but it's difficult to read now. Another case of a writer who can't afford an editor but can't afford not to have an editor if he's a serious writer.
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Review by: J. Plamondon on Oct. 13, 2012 :
Very good book well written with all kind of twists but too bad there are errors along the story (some more editing would have been nice) but a good story and good suspence nevertheless.
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Review by: Mike Holloway on Sep. 21, 2012 :
Wonderful original idea for a plot. The story works really well with good interchange between the main characters but unfortunately the author has been severely let down by proof readers and editors. The story hic-coughs along with disparities and errors describing individuals, stating Brenda when it is Donna that is under discussion for instance and then mixing Jack up with Joss. [Who's this "Jason" mentioned below!! There are spelling typos leaving "lightning" as "lighting" and other stupid errors.

It is very distracting and detracts from a smooth, brilliant story. Well done the author. Boo, hiss the back up. 2 stars should be 5 if..... Perhaps others won't notice.
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Review by: Chris Mathers on June 19, 2012 :
Such a great book. The story moves fairly quickly to the murder of Donna Gardener while her husband is away on a business trip. Jason, the young boy next door is quickly introduced as the prime suspect because of evidence found at the scene. I loved the way detective Dean was introduced into the story and I looked forward to the interactions between these two each time as the detective never gives up on what he thinks is the truth.
I sort of thought I knew where the story was headed, until David Chow suddenly comes into the scene. I won't give away what happens, but I never saw this part coming in the least bit, and I wondered were it all would end.
The characters were well developed and I liked the eerie feeling that crept in from time to time.
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