After two weeks of wonderful company of friends and family and one week of being under the weather (not like NH weather today!(-:) I’ll be back to regular posting.
Two things for this post: First, I’m looking forward to a presentation to a joint session of several book clubs in Green Valley which have read Cracks in the Wall. I’ll be talking about turning true crime into fiction as well as the publishing world for the average writer in the “Age of Amazon.” The event is this Thursday afternoon. Over sixty people are expected to attend.
Second, I have not lost sight of the countdown I initiated in January in the hope of provident an incentive for police to find the killer of Stacey Burns. As of today, we are fifty-six days from the eighth anniversary of her murder. I know there is at least one memorial event coming up in the spring. May we hope that the approach of this dreadful anniversary and the inevitable memories revisited will bring about a conclusion? I was sure that the election of a new governor in New Hampshire would lead to some sort of shake-up in the law enforcement structure. By the way, no one ever answered my question about Jeff Strelzin. Is he still the lead prosecutor in this case?
Anyway, watch for more regular posts from now on.
Stay warm, New England! Going to be 90 degrees here today!
Is “Cracks in the Wall” available as an audio book?
Is “Cracks in the Wall” available as an audio book or download to Kindle?
Strelzin is still a ‘senior assistant attorney general’ for N.H. he’s no prosecutor though. His job is more of a ‘stonewaller in chief. Like Maura Murry’s case he’s the best at pretending something is being done while covering up all the incompetence. F.U. jeffie you piece of shit. RIP Stacey we tried but jeff wouldn’t.
Jim for once I will agree with you. I just wish that for your own good, that you would find some sort of relief and help with the anger you display. I believe we are in almost the same boat of sorts. I do believe that the State Police are still working this case . By that I mean that the case hasn’t been declared a ” cold case’. That there is still hope of a possible arrest. Name calling and outright anger toward the investigators is uncalled for in a civilized world. After all, those investigating this case have more tools available than the average citizen outside of law enforcement.
The pain of it all. I once fell in love with a beautiful woman. Sometimes it is a one sided love that we just don’t see for ourselves because we want more of what we are missing ourselves. Then the pain upon discovery is even greater and falls into anger later. How could we have been so duped? It’s the humanity of it all. It happens. It’s actually called and phrased as “Being Used”. It’s not uncommon for those that use others to feel no guilt what so ever. Just part of their psychological make up. A sickness for sure.
What I do wish for you is that this pain ceases and that you are blessed with relief. Emotional pain will destroy the life we wish and want to lead. It will not only push family away but friends of today and yesterday. It will also push those who wish to be friends away. Thus leaving an empty spot that would have otherwise been filled.
Sleepless nights and constant turmoil is where I don’t exist and I now want my life back. With life I am able to face the world as it is today. I actually have a mind that I don’t rent space out of to others who might believe that they have certain property rights.
Then too, our loved ones will be a lot happier to not see our suffering.