‘IOU’ A Mike Malone Murder Mystery Ebook, by Milly Reynolds

This is book 6 in the Mike Malone Mystery series.

With the wedding of his Detective Sergeant imminent, Detective Inspector Mike Malone finds that his life is very complicated. Firstly, he has to explain to his partner, Dr Fiona Davies, exactly what happened on Alan Shepherd’s stag-do and secondly, he has a series of brutal murders to solve.

As the case develops, Mike Malone finds that, in this instance, a policeman’s lot is not a happy one.

This is the sixth novel in the popular Mike Malone series and once again you will find a mixture of tongue-in-cheek humour and blood as you travel with Mike Malone through his little Lincolnshire town.

Copyright Francis Barker 2020

‘A Happy Death Day To You’ Crime Fiction

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This second novel in the Mike Malone series finds him once again in a fight against time.

The mysterious delivery of birthday cakes to farmyards seems to be just an innocent prank until the death of a farm favourite turns this game into something much more sinister.

Under Pressure

However, when the killer turns his attention from animals to women, Mike Malone realises that he is under pressure to solve the riddle of the nursery rhyme before more blood is spilt.

This second mystery, which is in the same light-hearted style as ‘The Woolly Murders’ is set once again in the Lincolnshire countryside and we meet several of the characters introduced in the first novel. We also find out a little more about Detective Inspector Mike Malone’s past.

Copyright Francis Barker 2020

HANS REMEMBERS- TUESDAY JULY 28, 1970- 50 YEARS AGO — slicethelife (reblog)

Hans Remembers- Tuesday July 28, 1970- 50 Years Ago. Mick Jagger made his acting debut in the movie Ned Kelly- a film about the legendary Australian outlaw. The film debuted in Kelly’s hometown of Glenrowan. Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev who had disapproved of East Germany’s leader Walter Ulbricht’s effort to strengthen trade relations with West […]

via HANS REMEMBERS- TUESDAY JULY 28, 1970- 50 YEARS AGO — slicethelife

‘Underworld’ Career? Astrology Musings

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I have heard it said, and have had much experience of it, that astrological birth charts speak for themselves. What does this mean?

Well, for example, I chart I did recently for ‘Lenny’ who was born with Pluto exactly on his Scorpio midheaven, a part of the chart which is traditionally associated with career direction. I am treating this particular position pretty much in isolation in this instance.

The deep trawl of Pluto/Hades

So symbolically we have Pluto with all his associations of the underworld (masks), drastic change, transformation, if you will, tenured in the sign which some say he rules, Scorpio, a sign associated (along with the eighth house) with sex, death, regeneration, deeply intense things.

Of course Pluto is in each sign for many years but when he touches a sensitive angle or makes an aspect to another planet, then these forces will be felt much more keenly and personally.

An accidental career?

Taking ‘Lenny’ here as an example, he spoke to me of his growing love of investigation, how he had, quite ‘by accident’, gradually moved into a career involving crime investigation at a deep, more serious level. He hadn’t even suspected, until recent years, that he would find it so interesting.

The fact that transiting Pluto was hovering about another important angle, was clearly quite significant too, perhaps acting like a ‘slow’ trigger.

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Lead Stolen From Beautiful English Church Roof (see link at bottom)

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I had to share this story, a sad testament of our times, see link below.

We only visited this lovely church two weeks ago for the annual flower festival. There was a beautiful floral tribute to the Beatles, based on their ‘Abbey Road’ album (see above).

Sad to think that despite local people taking so much time and care to look after these wondrous buildings, that something like this can happen overnight. And it’s by no means an isolated case.

https://www.spaldingtoday.co.uk/news/appeal-after-lead-stolen-from-the-roof-of-gosberton-parish-church-9070606/

Milly Reynolds’ new book, ‘IOU’

With the wedding of his Detective Sergeant imminent, Detective Inspector Mike Malone finds that his life is very complicated. Firstly, he has to explain to his partner, Dr Fiona Davies, exactly what happened on Alan Shepherd’s stag-do and secondly, he has a series of brutal murders to solve. As the case develops, Mike Malone finds that, in this instance, a policeman’s lot is not a happy one.

This is the sixth novel in the popular Mike Malone series and once again you will find a mixture of tongue-in-cheek humour and blood as you travel with Mike Malone through his little Lincolnshire town.

buy it here: http://www.amazon.com/IOU-Mike-Malone-Mysteries-ebook/dp/B0095799B0/ref=sr_1_10?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1346779221&sr=1-10&keywords=milly+reynolds

Also on amazon.co.uk

© copyright David F. Barker 2012

New Milly Reynolds book out shortly!

Milly Reynolds’ new book, “Tails I Win Heads You Lose”, is out on kindle very soon.
It is another Mike Malone Mystery, a ‘tale’ of strange murders and quirky events in a quiet English location, in deepest Lincolnshire.

Here, by way of an introduction, is the cover!

all content © copyright Milly Reynolds 2012