I will continue with regular posts on the Stacey Burns murder. However, be advised that there may be repetition of some content in past posts since there is no new information. Until there is an arrest or some equally dramatic event in the case, my work on writing Murder in a Small Town: The Tragic Death of Stacey Burns will be on hold. Without new information, there is no reason to continue editing and revising what I have at this point. To the few of you who have supplied unique takes on what happened, I give my thanks and please be assured that your scenarios have been given considerable attention.
For those who are interested, my current writing projects (in addition to the Stacey Burns book) include a memoir titled There’s A War On, a book about growing up as a child of Greatest Generation parents in the World War II and post World War II era. “There’s A War On” refers to an aphorism of my grandmother’s, a phrase she used regularly to help us understand why we had to sacrifice during the war. However, the main theme of the memoir is the undeclared and subtle war I waged in my relationship with my father during that tumultuous period.
A second writing project is a novel which continues the story begun in Agent for Justice, my second published novel.
I heard Strelzin say Stacey was “slaughtered” and that “everyone involved” wanted it solved. Not everyone, seems like Ed doesn’t want to talk about it at all. I will join you Duke in letting this N.H. total display of incompetence, indifference and un accountability sit for another 5 years. The time has come to put this behind me and accept the fact that Ed killed Stacey and because of a coward named Jeff Strelzin, he got away with it. Nice job Eddie, have a nice life and enjoy eternity in hell. (maybe right beside Jeffy boy)
Duke, I think you’ve made the right decision. You have a lot of good projects in the works, while you wait for (and seek) a resolution to Stacey’s murder and can finish that story.
I still can’t believe there is no resolution to this mystery! Are you going to tell me they couldn’t get DNA samples from under her fingernails??? Surely she must have put up a fight! What is wrong with the police departments in that town and state! They should be ashamed of themselves to not have solved this by now! Same goes for the Miller murder as well!