The Manamal Mystery of Cobb County – A True Story

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Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
A preposterous, but true tale - according to many eye witnesses - of a string of murders and assaults in 1965 Cobb County, Georgia involving a strange hairy man-like animal. Told in the words of those who witnessed it. More

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About Bert Marshall

Bert Marshall lives in Baytown, Texas and is a Columnist, Blogger, martial artist, geocacher, PC repair specialist, Jeeper, hiker, indoor cycling instructor, past Texas State Emergency Care Attendant, Hunter education instructor, and a USAF Vietnam Veteran with two tours (651 days in-country).

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Deb Hearn reviewed on on July 8, 2017

I found "The Manamal Mystery of Cobb County – A True Story" to be very entertaining and oddly facinating. Setting is my neck of the woods. Don't know about being true, but Big Foot has been spotted in these parts.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
G.W. David Cull reviewed on on Feb. 8, 2016

What a fun, bawdy tale! Some of them down-home country characters remind me of folks back where I grew up.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Rebecca Cabaniss reviewed on on Feb. 10, 2013

I'm adding my stars for this book they didn't take on my first review
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Rebecca Cabaniss reviewed on on Feb. 9, 2013
(no rating)
I enjoyed this funny story of a typical small southern town with some not so typical characters. Seemed that everyone from Sherriff to Preacher enjoyed being under the spell of the mysterious pheromone emitting creatures.Marshall did a great job of bringing the characters to life in just a few pages. I hope there is a sequel or even a prequel in the works. Georgia will never be the same.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
suzie gates reviewed on on Feb. 3, 2013

This story is ok to read. It has more sex than I like in my books. I can see men enjoying this book more than the ladies. Just my opinion. The end was interesting
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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