The Hanged Man's Noose

[PDF] The Hanged Man's Noose | by ↠ Judy Penz Sheluk - The Hanged Man's Noose, The Hanged Man s Noose Small town secrets and subterfuge lead to murder in this fast moving deftly written tale of high stakes real estate wrangling gone amok Journalist Emily Garland lands a plum assignment as the editor
  • Title: The Hanged Man's Noose
  • Author: Judy Penz Sheluk
  • ISBN: 9781941295243
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback

[PDF] The Hanged Man's Noose | by ↠ Judy Penz Sheluk, The Hanged Man's Noose, Judy Penz Sheluk, The Hanged Man s Noose Small town secrets and subterfuge lead to murder in this fast moving deftly written tale of high stakes real estate wrangling gone amok Journalist Emily Garland lands a plum assignment as the editor of a niche magazine based in Lount s Landing a small town named after a colorful nineteenth century Canadian traitor As she interviews the local business owners for the magaSma [PDF] The Hanged Man's Noose | by ↠ Judy Penz Sheluk - The Hanged Man's Noose, The Hanged Man s Noose Small town secrets and subterfuge lead to murder in this fast moving deftly written tale of high stakes real estate wrangling gone amok Journalist Emily Garland lands a plum assignment as the editor
  • [PDF] The Hanged Man's Noose | by ↠ Judy Penz Sheluk
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The Hanged Man's Noose

About Author

  1. An international bestselling author, Judy Penz Sheluk writes two mystery series the Glass Dolphin Mysteries The Hanged Man s Noose A Hole in One and the Marketville Mysteries Skeletons in the Attic.Her short crime fiction appears in several collections.In her less mysterious pursuits, Judy works as a freelance writer her articles have appeared regularly in dozens of U.S and Canadian consumer and trade publications She is currently the Senior Editor for New England Antiques Journal.Judy is also a member of Sisters in Crime International, Sisters in Crime Guppies, Sisters in Crime Toronto, International Thriller Writers, the South Simcoe Arts Council, the Short Fiction Mystery Society, and Crime Writers of Canada, where she serves on the Board of Directors representing Toronto and Southern OntarioIn addition to her website, you find Judy on Facebook at facebook JudyPenzSheluk, on Pinterest at pinterest judypenzsheluk and on Twitter JudyPenzSheluk

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  1. Novel received courtesy of Goodread giveawayI enjoyed this novel as a quirky mystery that turned out to be really enjoyable The book was complicated by too many characters with too much background information to keep straight in such a short book It would have been better, in my opinion, to have fewer characters The author worked so diligently to give her characters rich backgrounds and I appreciate that.The story takes place in Lount s Landing, a small town north of Toronto that is in the proce [...]

  2. Thank you very much Judy Penz Sheluk for this free copy in exchange of an honest review.4.5 Stars.The title was the first thing to attract me to this book, it sounded intriguing and i knew i wanted to read the story behind it.Emily Garland, a free lancer journalist, was sent to a small town Lount s Landing to investigate the new project of Garret Stonehaven, a real estate developer with a lot of enemies.The atmosphere of this small Canadian town was simply intoxicating I really loved it The Main [...]

  3. A tweet about an interview with editor Lourdes Venard led me to freelance reporter and author Judy Penz Sheluk s blog site and the discovery of her debut mystery novel, THE HANGED MAN S NOOSE These opening lines of the book s synopsis hooked me Journalist Emily Garland lands a plum assignment as the editor of a niche magazine basedin Lount s Landing, a small town named after a colorful 19th century Canadian traitor.As the novel unfolded, I quickly developed a liking for the protagonist, freelanc [...]

  4. Loved this debut novel I couldn t put it down read it in 2 days One murder was enough, but when people start getting bumped off left and right, well it starts to read like a Clue game Everybody is a suspect And of course, the murderer is never the one you would expect The characters are very well developed I liked Emily a lot She was fresh faced and ambitious without being too na ve Sheluk demonstrates great use of voice, not an easy feat when switching character POVs The chapters are very short [...]

  5. I love debut novels especially ones that end with a hint of fantastic things to come in future books I enjoyed this novel from beginning to end The characters drew me into the story right away and the twists and turns didn t end until the book did The lovely small town setting really described life in a small town Lots of laughs and great lines in this book too I felt like the main characters could be good girlfriends of mine Take some time to read this book if you like quirky characters, skelet [...]

  6. This debut novel is a great start to the Glass Dolphin mysteries Sheluk gives us a traditional mystery with a smart journalist protagonist and a setting unusual for US readers a village northeast of Toronto The plot unfolds as Emily Garland uncovers all kinds of secrets as she tracks down a killer, or perhaps two The writing is well executed, the characters clearly drawn, and the action compelling I loved the quirky Arabella, too I highly recommend this read, and look forward to the next in the [...]

  7. Hanged Man s Noose kept me captivated and entertained With hints sprinkled throughout the story, I had to read to the end to know who d done it Very clever writing, fun pacing, and wonderful character development hooked me Loved it, Judy, and will look forward to reading the next story.Sheri S Levy

  8. I quite enjoyed Judy s debut novel While a bit outside of my Noir genre, it was a pleasure to read her well paced book that examines the impact of an impending large development on a small community Murder is sure to follow and journalist Emily Garland is there to dig deep and get answers.

  9. Small town, dark secrets, and murder all come together in the masterfully crafted mystery A delightful debut novel A driven, sometimes naive, Emily Garland finds herself in the midst of murder when she tries to solve crimes of the past Definitely a novel you can sink into and enjoy.

  10. Review originally published at lomeraniel audiobookreJournalist Emily Garland is hired by a big company to try to unearth the secrets and find out the real intentions of Garrett Stonehaven, a famous and rich real estate agent She will have to work undercover in the small town of Lount s Landing, as the editor of a niche magazine Emily will have to do some sleuth work, and nothing is what it seems From a point onwards bodies start to pile up, and this mission seems to be dangerous than she expec [...]

  11. This book was good, however, I did have to reread a few chapters as the story lines got a bit too mixed up It kind of felt like they were trying to add extra mystery to an already mysterious plot line, most were open ended or just left you at a dead in, maybe it will be cleared up in any follow up books but it is something I noticed.The ending is good but it also felt somewhat flat for some reason, some actions by characters were just silly and unrealistic, and the whole story being handed over [...]

  12. This is my review of the audio version as posted on Audible The Hanged Man s Noose is a very entertaining introduction to a series of cozy mysteries The plot is engaging, with enough clues here and there and enough red herrings to intrigue the reader listener The two main characters, Emily and Arabella, are both very likeable and a complete oppposite of each other, one being sensible and calm, the other hot headed and compulsive They make a perfect team of amateur sleuths, trying to discover wha [...]

  13. This book hooked me from page 3 Intelligently written, it is not too sappy or over the top in its descriptions, and is full of engaging characters.With than one murder, this story has twists and turns than a switchback, making it intriguing and entertaining Just when you think you have it figured out, the author gives you hints about a new suspect.The Hanged Man s Noose is a great read and I gave it a well deserved 5 stars.

  14. Hanged Man s Noose is the author debut book in A Glass Dolphin Mystery series This is a classical cozy, in that it takes place in a colorful small town, and has lots compelling characters and no gore to gum it up Emily Garland, a writer for Urban Living Publications, is given an assignment by her editor, Michelle Ellis, to become the managing editor of a niche magazine based in Lount s Landing, a town named after a 19th century Canadian traitor and a tourist attraction with its variety of small [...]

  15. Although my WIP, Half Truths, has elements of mystery, I ve never attempted writing a suspense thriller And while it s challenging writing a novel from two points of view, the intricacies of the Hanged Man s Noose s plot and the way in which Sheluk wove together a complicated backstory, clues, and red herrings makes me think that my work is a piece of cake Or, perhaps, in the case of this Canadian whodunit, a Treasontini blueberry vodka plus triple sec plus blueberry juice as pictured on the cov [...]

  16. Rating 3.5 5 I received a copy of The Hanged Man s Noose from the author in exchange for an honest review.Lount s Landing is a work of fiction, which is based loosely on the real town of Holland Landing, Ontario Historic downtowns are some of my favourite places to visit here in Ontario, so I was able to create a vivid picture of the setting in my head Also being from a small town myself, I was able to relate with the residents reactions to redevelopment and expansion There are always people who [...]

  17. I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair review Freelance writer, Emily, has a chance to finally expose her nemesis while undercover in Lount s Landing Before long, Emily discovers that the residents of Lount s Landing are not all they appear to be and the tangled relationships hide sinister secrets As the bodies begin to add up and the past seems to be coming back to haunt everyone, including Emily, she and Glass Dolphin owner, Arabella, try to unravel the mysteries behind the murd [...]

  18. PLEASING AND ENTERTAININGSheluk s The Hanged Man s Noose is named after a pub in the fictional town of Lount s Landing, a once thriving yet picturesque community looking for a face lift Emily is a free lance writer and is sent to Lount s Landing on assignment by her editor, Michelle Ellis She has a hidden agenda, Emily discovers later The town is divided the school, that has stood empty for a few years, is up for sale The local realtor is involved in a deal with an of town developer, Garrett Sto [...]

  19. I loved this book The story itself swings right along, with enough twists and turns to keep me guessing The characters, Anabella and Emily, Garret and Levon, and all the bad guys and girls lurking in the houses and streets of the wonderfully created Lount s Landing are all well drawn and interesting And the antiques background to the book made me immediately want to go on Ebay and start collecting interesting antiques.The author has studied and written about antiques and this knowledge base show [...]

  20. I have never read a book from the mystery genre prior to The Hanged Mans Noose by Judy Penz Sheluk After attending an author signing event, and being impressed by Sheluk as a speaker, I decided to give her writing a chance I might not be ready to declare myself the newest fan of the mystery genre, but I am definitely fast becoming a fan of Judy Penz Sheluk The Hanged Mans Noose is a proudly Canadian novel, that captures the lifestyle and landscape of Southern Ontario Sheluk brings the reader so [...]

  21. Great Read This is a really good debut novel providing high expectations that it is the start of a good series The setting is excellent and well described and really becomes an important part of the story The characters are fairly well developed and Emily and Arabella are quite a bit believable than many amateur sleuths in a lot of novels because they both show a bit intelligence and are less naive than the characters in many other mysteries and don t bumble around and fall blindly into great [...]

  22. Set in a small Canadian town, a journalist takes on the position of editor of a magazine It is only a cover for her real job which is to find out what a real estate developer plans to do with the old schoolhouse Good characters, interesting setting It has some real historical facts thrown in so you learn something in addition to reading a nice cozy.

  23. Emily and Arabella are a pair of my favorite sleuths, in this who done it tale of mystery and intrigue Kept me guessing until the end totally loved it As a resident of pre gentrified Brooklyn, I can totally relate to the plight of local communities against the big box stores Looking forward to the future of this series I received a copy of this book via Giveaways

  24. I haven t read a mystery for a long time and this was a delight Love the setting of a small Ontario town with a vibrant main street and the strong characters especially, Emily, Arabella and Levon I am looking forward to meeting them again for another adventure.

  25. I loved the storey the , characters and the promise of adventures and scandles.Great first Novel.A must read

  26. A fun mystery It has all the features I enjoy, including a small town with an interesting cast of characters I can t wait to read Book 2

  27. Really good mystery Well written with well developed characters I received a free kindle copy of this book from the author and really enjoyed it.

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