The Crimson Madness of Little Doom

The Crimson Madness of Little Doom Under a mounting campaign of anonymous letters the dozen or so inhabitants of the isolated village of Little Doom begins to crack Then they begin to die McShane pulls off a tour de force of sorts a b

Under a mounting campaign of anonymous letters, the dozen or so inhabitants of the isolated village of Little Doom begins to crack Then they begin to die McShane pulls off a tour de force of sorts a book in which every character is somehow repulsive, but which compels interest by the twists and turns of plot alone The Mystery Lover s Companion, Art Bourgeau

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The Crimson Madness of Little Doom

  1. Mark McShane b.1930 was an Australian author of satire, suspense novels, and crime fiction Born in Sydney to a family with Gypsy roots, he traveled the world for the first three decades of his life In 1960, he settled on the island of Mallorca, in the Mediterranean, and decided to write fiction.His first novel, The Straight and the Crooked, appeared that year but it was his third effort, Seance on a Wet Afternoon, for which he is best known The story of a strange pair of kidnappers it was made into a well regarded film in 1964 and has been adapted as an opera His most well known characters are the eccentric Detective Sergeant Norman Pink, and Appleton Porter, an unlikely spy whose often comic adventures MShane chronicled under the pseudonym Marc Lovell.

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  1. Loved this book The writing was amusing and sometimes hilarious The exploration of human nature was intriguing.


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