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February 15, 2013


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Pat Morin

A perfect murder victim for sure. Wouldn't it be cool if it were Valentine's Day and the narcissistic cad goes back up to his room and croaks on a slow- acting poison. Yeah, and we all wonder which women killed him. Was it the past wife with the 28 year old, the present wife he was leaving, the companion, or the daughter? Talk about affairs of the heart ...

sharan newman

Feel free to kill him any way you like. I actually made him the villain who instigates the murder. He was too nasty to be murdered (in fiction)


I wonder what the daughter's view of her father was. Did she see him as a cad or just "dear old dad"? Hmmmm.

Michael A. Black

Sounds like that guy had a long list of enemies. But an MP? Military Policeman?

sharan newman

Sorry, Michael, I forgot to mention that the man was British and I assume that the enormous Daimler with right-hand drive in the parking lot was his. (I was driving a Ford Fiesta that greatly resembled a coke can)

I think he might have been a Member of Parliament.

It would be interesting to know what his daughter thought of him.

thelma straw

Very interesting piece! Many writers seem to find real life models for their villains - and the models usually have no inkling they are being used so! Read my blog Feb. 24 on this topic at www.crimewriters.blogspot.com - we'd love to have you join us that day! Thelma Straw in Manhattan

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