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Author: Mary Ann Taylor
ISBN13: 978-0373630127
Title: Return to Murder
Format: lit mbr azw lit
ePUB size: 1218 kb
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Language: English
Publisher: Raven House; 2nd THUS edition (1981)

Return to Murder by Mary Ann Taylor

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Mary Ann Taylor-Hall is an American fiction writer and poet. She is the author of two novels, a book of short fiction, three collections of poetry, and has published widely in literary journals. She has lived on a farm in Kentucky for many years and was married to poet James Baker Hall. Mary Ann Taylor-Hall was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1937. Her family moved to Winter Haven, Florida, when she was seven and she received her early education there.

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Mary Ann Taylor-Hall's highly acclaimed first novel, Come and Go, Molly Snow, introduces us to Carrie Marie Mullins, a gifted Kentucky bluegrass fiddler and singer in the Hawktown Road band. After moving to Lexington to develop her talents, Carrie becomes infatuated with the band's leader, Cap Dunlap. Her romantic distraction prevents Carrie from saving her five-year-old daughter, Molly, when she careens down the driveway and is killed by a truck. Overwhelmed with grief, Carrie breaks down. Cap finds Carrie in this state of distress and takes her to Ona and Ruth Barkley, two elderly.

Louisa Jane Taylor was convicted of the murder by poisoning of Mrs Mary Ann Tregellis at Plumstead in the Borough of Greenwich. Louisa’s husband and Ann’s husband had been work colleagues, both working for HM Customs. The two couples had got to know each other, although there was a substantial age difference, the Tregellis’ were in their 80’s and Louisa was 34 or 36 – reports vary. She slept in Mary Ann’s bed while William Tregellis slept in the other room. She purported to nurse Mary Ann and stayed with them until early October when Mr. Tregellis reported Louisa to the police for stealing items from the house which she took to pawn shops. On Friday, the 6th October Louisa was arrested by PC Edward Glanville for stealing two dresses, a petticoat, a shawl, and a pair of boots, which she admitted to having pawned.

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At the beginning of the book, Mary is confronted with a man calling himself Samuel Hudson, who claims to be Mrs. Hudson's son. Mary had not known Mrs. Hudson had a son, although she had her suspicions. The man demands to be shown Mrs. Hudson's personal papers, and pulls a gun on Mary. Then, when Mrs. Hudson comes home from shopping, she finds blood on the floor and smells gunpowder in the air. Mary Russell is missing. What has happened to her? The answer lies in Mrs. Hudson's past, and much of the book is devoted to the story of her childhood in Australia and Victorian London

But the fact is that Mary Ann Cotton was far from being the first. Here are 33 cases which precede that of Cotton. Most of them were executed for their brutal crimes and many were the subjects of broadside ballads. The earliest case on this list is that of Margaret Davey (or Davie ) who poisoned 3 households. She was punished for the murders by being boiled to death at Smithfield in 1542. Not too long before the discovery of Cotton’s long string of killings, Agnes Norman of Newington Butts (in London), only 15 years old, was found in 1871 to have had a mania for killing, having snuffed out.

The town thug returns having become rich and powerful.