OUT NOW: Peroxide Homicide by Matthew Malekos

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Peroxide Homicide by Matthew MalekosMatthew Malekos is an ex-psychiatric nurse. He lives on the island of Cyprus with his civil partner.

Peroxide Homicide by Matthew Malekos blurb

A Dr Karen Laos novel

When working a night shift at Manchester’s inner-city morgue, forensic pathologist Karen Laos finds herself with the body of an unknown male, apparently murdered by a killer she had pursued six years before. Reunited with ageing policeman, Detective Inspector James Nakonski, they must identify, locate and catch the killer taunting them both.

With an appetite for ritualistic murder and an array of alarming and unusual methods, there is a very real threat that this killer will elude their grasp and strike again, leaving only mutilated victims in his wake…

Peroxide Homicide by Matthew Malekos is available to buy now with a limited time only discount of 30%

Peroxide Homicide by Matthew Malekos

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Search Begins for Body of Woman Missing Since 1975

Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWS

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Franklin County Deputies and members of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are searching an area of the county for the remains of an Oklahoma woman who went missing in 1975.

The search began Tuesday for a woman who disappeared from the Tulsa area nearly 40 years ago (April 30), according to Franklin County Sheriff Anthony Boen.

Authorities say the victim is Shirley Joann Banning, who also went by the name Shirley Joann Snow.

Her family, who called her Joann Snow, says she went missing from Tulsa County, Okla., May 23, 1975. Her older sister, Pauline Norman, says she remembers the day her sister went missing.

Norman also says the family believes her sister’s boyfriend, Alex Banning Sr., who Joann called ‘Ace’ was behind her disappearance.

“She never did come back home,” Norman said. “We always knew Ace killed her, I always knew. She told me one time…

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Minn. Farmers Still Waiting To Start Field Work

WCCO | CBS Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Despite the sudden warm weather, Minnesota farmers are still waiting for the chance to get into their fields.

In its weekly crops and weather report for the state, the U.S. Department of Agriculture says Minnesota farmers have managed to begin only very limited field work, mainly on higher ground and well-drained fields. Flooding is still a concern, especially in the Red River Valley. Muddy conditions are slowing pasture growth.

The report says producers continue to expect full-scale fieldwork to begin around May 7, about 2 1/2 weeks later than the five-year average.

Despite the late start, expert say there’s still time. Corn yields in Minnesota don’t typically suffer unless planting is delayed past mid-May, though there’s some concern about the impact on yields for spring wheat and other small grains.

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Adidas protest victory and ethical fashion campaign at University

Leeds Met People and Planet Society

Adidas have finally given in to People and Planet’s protest to pay their 2,700 Indonesian workers their legally owed redundancy pay. On Monday 22nd April, the Leeds Met Greens and Green Action members protested at local Adidas distributor Footlocker.

See here for more details:
http://www.greenactionleeds.org.uk/badidas-protest-against-footlocker

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On other exploited worker news, the Dhaka factory that collapsed last Tuesday 23rd April in Bangladesh has since caught fire. The trapped workers, some heard screaming from the wreckage, have little hope of being rescued. Friends and family members of the workers have been protesting on the streets against the inadequate and slow rescue attempt.

People and Planet are now hoping to arrange for campaigns at UK universities against supporting fashion and clothing made by companies who exploit their workers. The Leeds Met Greens are working with Helen Harvey, SU Ethics and Environment Officer, to bring this campaign to Leeds Met. As a public body,

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Weatherbird Johnny Strange Video

David Wala Photography

A few weeks ago we made the video for Weatherbird’s forthcoming single Johnny Strange . It was a fun shoot, a great way to spend a Monday evening.

The song was produced by Romesh Dodangoda who has worked with the likes of Motorhead and Funeral for a Friend – and the song is immense

Can’t wait to see them when they come to Newcastle as part of their UK tour in June

 

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