Madness in Small Towns

Madness in Small Towns Things are always a little wonky in the small town of Pine Oak Florida But lately reporter Sue Ann McKeown feels like every crazy thing is landing on her desk For starters a former mental patient d

  • Title: Madness in Small Towns
  • Author: Iza Moreau
  • ISBN: 9781481929950
  • Page: 230
  • Format: Paperback
  • Things are always a little wonky in the small town of Pine Oak, Florida But lately reporter Sue Ann McKeown, feels like every crazy thing is landing on her desk For starters, a former mental patient demands that Sue Ann write his story or else But why her What is the meaning of the new coded messages she hears on the local pirate radio station And why has her new girlThings are always a little wonky in the small town of Pine Oak, Florida But lately reporter Sue Ann McKeown, feels like every crazy thing is landing on her desk For starters, a former mental patient demands that Sue Ann write his story or else But why her What is the meaning of the new coded messages she hears on the local pirate radio station And why has her new girlfriend quit her job and left town for parts unknown Her investigations lead her behind the walls of a mental institution and into a secret compound in the woods where broken ex soldiers hide from the world And, oh yeah, Sue Ann s post traumatic stress syndrome a souvenir of her time reporting on the war in Iraq is kicking in again This is the second book featuring Sue Ann, who is not only a reporter, but a champion archer and talented dressage rider She is forced to use all of these skills to get her life back on kilter and bring some semblance of normalcy back to Pine Oak Bonus The e book version of this novel also contains Chapter 1 from the next book in the Small Town Series, Secrets in Small Towns.

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    1. I just really like this series. The books aren't perfect - some typos and other stuff that pulls me out of the story a bit - but I like the characters so much. It's been a while since I've enjoyed a series this much. The mysteries are well done and there's been parts of the plot in all three books that made me stop and say "oh! I didn't see that coming." I love that.

    2. I loved this second book of the Small Town Series even more than the first. Maybe because it felt so much like going home to the small town I grew up in (which long ago grew up to be a different place), and finding those characters from the first book still making their ways through the conundrums of life today. The microcosm of a small town as a setting for these human stories somehow brings us closer to the understanding of America todayke looking at something tiny under a microscope makes you [...]

    3. Madness in Small Towns is a thoroughly satisfying sequel to The News in Small Towns. The opening chapter contains one of the cleverest set-ups for a mystery that I've read, and I read a lot of mysteries. Not only is the mystery in this book intriguing, but we learn a lot more about the two protagonists, Sue-Ann and Gina. Gina in particular becomes a more fully-realized character in this installment of the series, and I like her even better as a result. Once again, Iza Moreau weaves together stor [...]

    4. I'm a huge fan of the 'Small Towns' trilogy! Iza works this story so that it picks up shortly after the first and yet the reader new to the scene is 'filled in' as it develops for secure inclusion. Right off the bat Sue-Ann McKeown finds herself in a dangerous conversation with a former classmate and mad man. The North Florida small town of Pine Oak is anything but quiet with arrows zipping, Samurai swords flying and mental patients escaping. Oh, and the pirate radio station blaring haunting, te [...]

    5. It's had to say if I liked "The News in Small Towns" better then "Madness in Small Towns", because both of them kept me guessing and wondering what was going to happen next. I'm looking forward to "Secrets in Small Towns", and seeing what these folks are up to. In the mean time, Iza's once a month stories will hold me over until then.

    6. I liked the first novel in the series so much that I bought this novel in paperback, and I've got to say that I'm glad that I did. As in the first novel, it has a quirky, many-tiered plot, and characters ---familiar to me now--- that are well-drawn and likeable. I'm looking forward to number 3!!

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