Killer Housewives

First volume of a dark story. Four women, a tea meeting... and a corpse in the car. When an empty life, following the rules, becomes too hard to stand... primary instincts appear, and the violence starts as the only way to catharsis.


Author: María Osuna Marcos


ISBN: 1364323192



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First volume of a dark story. Four women, a tea meeting... and a corpse in the car. When an empty life, following the rules, becomes too hard to stand... primary instincts appear, and the violence starts as the only way to catharsis.

Killer Housewives

A look back at two of the most bizarre and sinister husband killers in the modern era.


Author: Dora English

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1542303214


Page: 64

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A look back at two of the most bizarre and sinister husband killers in the modern era. Gwen Hendricks was a seemingly normal Colorado housewife who claimed she started hearing voices in her head saying "kill your husband, kill your husband." She began keeping daily journals of her "conversations with God" whose voice eventually convinced her to kill her husband and attempt to collect proceeds from his life insurance. Kim Hricko was a happy-go-lucky housewife who put up a sunny facade to her husband and family. She was making plans, however, and on a Valentine's Day weekend her husband 's body was discovered on a hotel room, burned to a crisp from a fire in the room. Kim would claim that her husband was "sloppy drunk" but the autopsy would reveal no trace of alcohol or smoke inhalation. What investigators did find out was that Kim Hricko had been planning to kill her husband for a long, long time....

Spanish Gothic

There have been other national, allegedly less derivative and more 'Iberian', forms of this serial killer narrative, like Marujas asesinas / Killer Housewives (Javier Rebollo, 2001) or H6: Diario de unasesino / H6: Diary of a Serial ...


Author: Xavier Aldana Reyes

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137306012

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 241

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This book presents the first English introduction to the broad history of the Gothic mode in Spain. It focuses on key literary periods, such as Romanticism, the fin-de-siècle, spiritualist writings of the early-twentieth century, and the cinematic and literary booms of the 1970s and 2000s. With illustrative case studies, Aldana Reyes demonstrates how the Gothic mode has been a permanent yet ever-shifting fixture of the literary and cinematic landscape of Spain since the late-eighteenth century. He proposes that writers and filmmakers alike welcomed the Gothic as a liberating and transgressive artistic language.

Killer Housewives

But what possessed her to kill not only her husbands but her own flesh and blood? This is her story.JUDY BUENOANOJudy Buenoano loved men. Problem was, she loved killing them more.


Author: Cynthia Elias


ISBN: 1980307725


Page: 389

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An anthology of True Crime tales involving some of the most murderous housewives in American history.KIM HRICKO Kim Hricko was getting ready to kill her husband the night they attended a Valentine's Murder Mystery Party. Kim was a woman who was intelligent and determined, the irony of the play's theme was not lost on her. It was destiny calling. She watched with rapt attention as the actors went through the motions. A wedding bride took out a blue vial and poured the "poisonous" contents into her groom's champagne glass. She has the right idea, Kim thought. Looking over at her husband Steve, she imagined him in the place of the actor on stage, choking to death. Could it be that easy?STACEY CASTORStacey Ruth Castor may have been one of the most sociopathic female serial killers in modern times. She poisoned her first husband Michael Wallace with anti-freeze after he becomes an inconvenience to her and did the same to her second husband David Castor years later. When she caught wind that the police were onto her methods, she poisoned her own daughter and wrote 'confession' letter on her behalf. She tried to pin the crimes on her daughter. Dubbed the Black Widow by the national media, recent findings have opened up the possibility that Stacey killed her own father as well. Cool, calm and collected, Stacey maintained her innocence throughout the court proceedings, adamantly pointing the finger of blame at her own daughter. But what possessed her to kill not only her husbands but her own flesh and blood? This is her story.JUDY BUENOANOJudy Buenoano loved men. Problem was, she loved killing them more. In 1971, she murdered her husband James and nine years later she would kill her own son, Michael. In 1983, she would attempt but fail to kill her boyfriend, John Gentry. She is also believed to have been responsible for the death of Bobby Joe Morris (another boyfriend) in 1978. She was never convicted of the Morris crime, however, as by the time the authorities had connected the dots she was sentenced to death for the murder of her first husband. But the suspicions didn't stop with the Morris death. Buenoano is also suspected of killing a man in 1974 and in 1980, another boyfriend would die under suspicious circumstances. Buenoano would become the first woman executed in Florida since 1848 and only the third woman executed since capital punishment had been reinstated in 1976. She would be sent to the electric chair in 1998. Her last words were that she wanted to be remembered as a "good mother." Instead, she would go down as one of the most sadistic female serial killers in American history. SHEILA DAVALOO Sheila Davalloo is truly one of the most demented individuals of the past twenty years. Several serious crimes are still being added to her gruesome resume. She portrayed the persona of a pleasant, happy person. She hid dark secrets, however, as to who she really was. The main victim was simply caught in a position that she could never escape from. To understand the vicious crime that Sheila Davalloo committed, it is important to understand the background of who she was. The totality of this murder is one that is still being uncovered. The lasting effects on an entire group of people has truly been catastrophic. DONNA YAKLICHIn December 1985, a narcotics detective was shot and killed in the driveway of his farm in Pueblo, Colorado, where he lived with his five children and his wife, Donna Yaklich. Initially, authorities suspected Dennis' death was linked to his work in law enforcement, but a tip led them to two teenage shooters - and eventually, back to Dennis' wife, Donna.

German Feminist Queer Crime Fiction

From serial killer housewives and megalomaniacal evan- gelists to homophobes and xenophobes, bisexuals and transsexuals, the characters appearing in queer crime stories are metaphors for changing social and political relations.


Author: Faye Stewart

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476614434

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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A marriage of mystery fiction and queer concerns, queer crime literature celebrates the pairing of the political and the sexual. Queer crime fiction is a subgenre in which sex, gender and sexuality are among the mysteries to be solved. Its writers use boundary-crossing identities and desires to express social critique, inviting readers to interpret queer narratives as literary incursions into cultural traditions. From androgynous investigators and serial killer housewives to closeted lesbians and transgendered lovers, the characters in queer mysteries are metaphors for changing social and political relations. This book reads German-language crime stories as allegories about 20th- and 21st-century upheavals, raising questions about human behavior and justice, the horrors of extremism, the changing shape of the nation, and the possibilities of democracy. Anchored in the historical contexts of protest cultures and countercultures of the last three decades, this study examines novels by popular feminist writers Pieke Biermann, Edith Kneifl and Ingrid Noll, and unexplored works by Susanne Billig, Gabriele Gelien, Corinna Kawaters, Katrin Kremmler, Christine Lehmann and Martina-Marie Liertz. An analysis of recent debates through the lens of genre fiction serves as the foundation for telling the cultural history of contemporary Germany, Austria and Europe as a whole from a new perspective.

A Companion to Spanish Cinema

1982, Javier Aguirre 305 Martín (Hache) /Martin (H) 1997, Adolfo Aristarain 313, 350 Marujas asesinas / Killer Housewives 2001, Javier Rebolledo 336 Más allá de la alambrada / Beyond the Barbed Wire* 2005, Pau Vergara 328 Más allá de la ...


Author: Bernard P. E. Bentley

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

ISBN: 9781855661769

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 513

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This volume offers a detailed chronological account of the history of Spanish cinema.

Cleaning and sanitation a global history

So it was he who ideally placed the most powerful and dangerous weapon - resolutive, highly corrosive muriatic (hydrochloric) acid - in the hands of reckless floor and WC enamel killer housewives and willing, but thoughtless, ...


Author: Giulio Guizzi

Publisher: Edizioni LSWR

ISBN: 9788868951153

Category: History


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With this book, Giulio Guizzi has recounted the history of cleaning in various eras by blending a purely chronological account of the various key and particular periods for dirt and cleaning with the cultural concept, highlighting social and private aspects related to notions of dirt/clean and healthy/unhealthy with all their consequences on the life of society. He has also described the means and systems gradually devised for removing dirt: the tools that mark the phases of what he ironically calls "The dirty history of clean". The aim of the author emerges clearly in these pages, namely to facilitate emancipation of the work of cleaning: cleaning is to be understood and defended as a positive, socially targeted profession, which knows and uses mechanical, electronic and detergent discoveries, which pursues hygiene and which maintains industries, offices, schools, hospitals, hotels, all communities and, of course, houses liveable and healthy.


Video clips from several of Kitty's movies—among them Dastardly Dames, Attack of the Dung Beetles, and Killer Housewives from Outer Space—played, interspersed with footage of the Mudd Lake Players' versions of The Star Wars Monologues, ...


Author: Susan Goodwill

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738710372

Category: Fiction

Page: 254

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Is Kate suffering from Rpost romantic stress disorderS when she attacks her cheating fianc? She can handle her sentence of anger management classes, but her fury turns to shock when she discovers his body in the trunk of her car. With a murder charge pending, she must find the real killer.

Annie Pitts Burger Kid

She looked like something out of The Revenge of the Killer Housewives. “Annie,” she said, sobbing. “Could you please bring in the newspaper?” Sob. “It's getting soaked out there on the sidewalk.” Sniff. “You're crying about a wet ...


Author: Diane deGroat

Publisher: StarWalk Kids Media

ISBN: 9781623341824

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 116

View: 541

With her insatiable appetite for amusing antics, the future actress extraordinaire has it her way in the third book in the Annie Pitts series, now available in paperback. Annie wants nothing more than to be chosen as the new Burger Barn poster kid, and she can't wait until the auditions on the day after Thanksgiving. Winning the contest would certainly impress her snooty cousin, Mercedes, and her pesky classmate, Matthew. But first she has to make it through a harrowing Thanksgiving dinner with both Matthew and Mercedes at the table!

Weekly World News

... four outraged housewives lured the killer to an abandoned warehouse — and fried him in a homemade electric chair! "These women took a brutal rapist and killer off the streets and gave him what he deserved," said Carlos Silva, ...






Page: 44

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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub is a leading entertainment news site.


pants off The Plumber was the name given to a serial killer who had killed nineteen housewives in a span of two years. He'd never been caught. “So here's what I heard,” said Shantanu. “Sanjay Sipla from Radiant TV was covering the story ...


Author: Rohan Kailasam

Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers


Category: Fiction

Page: 273

View: 340

A drug addict is attacked during the early hours of the morning on the railway tracks near Churchgate station, which leaves a number of attackers dead and the junkie barely holding on to his life as he is brought to the government hospital and is kept under close guard. A reporter is given the story to cover. Initially unmotivated by what she thinks is just a waste of time, a meeting with one of the hospital staff, who gives her a photograph, makes her realise that there is lot more to the attack than what meets the eye. As she unsuccessfully searches for clues, she eventually arrives at a run-down bar in the heart of Colaba market and begins the interview of the resident, the in-house drunk, who might have some answers. What follows is a story of Bombay and the underworld, looked at from an angle that the reporter never thought existed. Through a haze of cigarettes and beer, the alcoholic weaves an impossible tale, as it becomes clear that the junkie in the hospital has been targeted for termination by the police assigned to protect him, and the reporter realizes that she is in a race against time to find the answers that might save his life. Through twists and turns the reporter is taken on a mind-bending journey that starts in the south Bombay neighbourhood of Colaba and moves through the battlefields of the Iran-Iraq war of the 80s, to the Tamil Tigers of Sri Lanka and the communal riots in Bombay during the 90s, and tells the extraordinary story of Wastra, a figure of legend and smoke and mirrors. As the story reaches an explosive climax, the reporter finds that the sting in the tale might be more than what she bargained for, as the shades are pulled aside and she faces an uneviable choice.

How to Build a Winning Brand

Here is the positioning statement for Raid water-based mosquito killer. Target Audience: To housewives with or without children who are very concerned about the harsh-smelling chemical or kerosene odor insecticides that are used to kill ...


Author: Antonio Adad

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781641408080

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 48

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Antonio H. Adad, or "Tito" to close friends and family, devoted his whole corporate life to only one company: S.C. Johnson & Son (SCJ), a family-owned company based in Racine, Wisconsin. SCJ is renowned as a world leader in the area of industrial and household cleaning and specialty chemicals with brands such as Raid insecticide, Off! insect repellant, Glade air freshener, Toilet Duck, Mr. Muscle all-purpose leaner, and Pledge furniture polish. Throughout his thirty-six years at SCJ, Tito distinguished himself by constantly achieving record market shares, sales revenues, and profits that consistently met or exceeded targets across different departments, various divisions, multiple subsidiaries, and ultimately the Asia-Pacific region, earning him dozens of coveted Directors Awards and successive promotions in rank and responsibility. Armed with a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from the De La Salle University in Manila, Philippines, the youthful Tito started his stellar career in SCJ as a salesman for the Philippine subsidiary in 1959. He was soon promoted to become a manufacturing supervisor for various product lines including floor waxes, air fresheners, insecticides, toilet, and furniture care. Only ten years after joining the company, Tito was tapped to lead the Indonesian subsidiary of SCJ as general manager for six years; after that, he was appointed general manager for the larger Philippine Johnson for three years. In 1979, twenty years since joining the company, Tito was promoted to become area director for seven Asia-Pacific countries for the industrial/professional division. After six years, his role was expanded to include both the consumer and professional divisions for the same seven Asia-Pacific countries. After working for thirty-six years with SCJ, Tito retired and set up a private consulting firm dedicated to helping Asian companies achieve their business objectives by sharpening marketing strategies, specifically brand positioning statements and advertising campaigns. Guided by the discipline of a chemical engineer and enriched by his extensive experience as a general manager and wisdom as an area director for Asia-Pacific, Tito concluded that one of the most vital factors responsible for the sterling success of SCJ brands and subsidiaries that he managed lay in a brand positioning that was relevant to consumers, specific and unique vs. competitors. After seventeen years as an independent consultant for various Asian companies in strategic planning and marketing/advertising, Title decided to "retire from retirement" and write this "guidebook" which he hopes will help many current and future practitioners of marketing and advertising obtain a better understanding of "why brands fail and what makes them succeed," avoid the pitfalls of line extensions, and help them develop for their brands a "brand positioning that works and advertising that sells."


He would have called out to the killer, would have told her what had happened and that they had no choice but to silence Céline . ... Old men who'd had their brains blown out, horizontales who'd been carved up, kids, housewives, ...


Author: J. Robert Janes

Publisher: Overamstel Uitgevers

ISBN: 9789049985141

Category: Fiction


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In Vichy, a dead mistress points to an assassination plot At the Battle of Verdun, Marshal Philippe Pétain’s heroic leadership won him the respect and admiration of all of France. In the decades that follow the Great War, his ambition is boundless, but not until Hitler arrives does he claim the job he’s always wanted. When the Wehrmacht subdue the French army, Pétain takes the reins of his conquered nation, becoming World War II’s most infamous collaborator. In February 1943, as the war turns against Germany, Pétain administers his puppet state from the spa town of Vichy. In his eighties, but still able to admire a pretty face, he asks to borrow the mistress of one of his subordinates. Before she arrives, the girl is murdered. Fearing a plot against his life, Pétain calls in inspectors Jean-Louis St-Cyr and Hermann Kohler. But they find something far more sinister than a conspiracy against the war hero who became a war criminal.

Subversive Horror Cinema

In Martin a very similar scene takes place in a supermarket car park, with the eponymous killer (John Amplas) watching shopping housewives load groceries into their cars. In Wounds ofNations, Linnie Blake discusses Romero's use of the ...


Author: Jon Towlson

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786474691

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 256

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Horror cinema flourishes in times of ideological crisis and national trauma--the Great Depression, the Cold War, the Vietnam era, post-9/11--and this critical text argues that a succession of filmmakers working in horror--from James Whale to Jen and Sylvia Soska--have used the genre, and the shock value it affords, to challenge the status quo during these times. Spanning the decades from the 1930s onward it examines the work of producers and directors as varied as George A. Romero, Pete Walker, Michael Reeves, Herman Cohen, Wes Craven and Brian Yuzna and the ways in which films like Frankenstein (1931), Cat People (1942), The Woman (2011) and American Mary (2012) can be considered "subversive."

Southern Florist and Nurseryman

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT CHARCOAL STARTER new BERINIZIO STIR situs charcoal INDOOR BUG KILLER Housewives with insect problems will be interested in a new fumigant that kills insects in all parts of buildings or homes .




ISBN: CORNELL:31924061321414

Category: Floriculture


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The Murder Mystique

“Marc Cherry—Child Killer Trial Inspired Desperate Housewives,” Con—, August 24, 2006,—killertrial-inspired-desperate-housewives_1 006202. 66. Park Dietz, “Excerpts from Interview of ...


Author: Laurie Nalepa

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313380105

Category: Law

Page: 177

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Although they account for only ten percent of all murders, those attributed to women seem especially likely to captivate the public. This absorbing book examines why that is true and how some women, literally, get away with murder.

TV Guide

Univision La Fea Más Bella Mundo de Fieras Será Anunciado CABLE AGE CSI : Miami ( CC ) : An alleged killer returns ... Housewives of Orange County ( CC ) : Shane Real Housewives of Orange County ( CC ) : The the slain Tejano singer .




ISBN: IND:30000107289278

Category: Television programs


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'Desperatefor Housewives' serial murder case: - Serial Killer: Male. - Modus Operandi: Stabbing repeatedly originally. Changed tostabbing only once later (last2 victims). - Number of murders: 6 - Victim's Profile: Married women between ...


Author: Kunal Pancholi

Publisher: One Point Six Technology Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9789383562992

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

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WATCH THE TRAILER: 28TH APRIL, 2000: Flight No. 9x4876 bound to Srinagar has crash landed into the Everest Base camp. Unconfirmed reports suggest that the flight mysteriously went off the radar for few minutes and missed its landing. All passengers are feared dead… except for three bodies that are yet to be recovered. 8TH DECEMBER, 2050: This, without doubt is the most gruesome murder in recent times. Early this morning, an unidentified woman was found mutilated at the western gates of the abandoned Victoria Terminus Station in Mumbai. Authorities report her head was … well … semi-decapitated and she was drained of all her blood. The shocking part - the crime scene was devoid of any signs of blood spatter… ROHAN: He was shorter than the shortest girl in school; he had to be ahead in the game! RUDRA: A man without a past, coaxed into a murder investigation; will he ever grasp the true nature of the crime? A thrilling tale about two men bound by an untraceable yet undeniable fate - One running away from his past, another unaware of his own.

Bad Twins

As Rebecca Chance, she has written the Sunday Times bestselling bonkbusters Divas, Bad Girls, Bad Sisters, Killer Heels, Bad Angels, Killer Queens, Bad Brides, Mile High, ... men's gymnastics and the Real Housewives series.


Author: Rebecca Chance

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 9781509858002

Category: Fiction


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Never trust the face in the mirror . . . It’s no surprise to anyone that Jeffrey Sachs, billionaire CEO of his own hotel chain, has a drop-dead gorgeous Estonian mistress. But stepping down to spend his retirement years with her? No one saw that coming – least of all his wife! So now the prize of becoming Sachs CEO is up for grabs – and Jeffrey’s four children have until the day of his wedding to compete for the job. The front runner is Conway, the older son and golden boy. But Charlotte, a glamorous social media star with an Instagram-perfect family, is hugely ambitious, fully prepared to scheme and backstab to get to the top. Then there’s the dark horse: Bella, her mild-mannered, hard-working twin sister. Or could Bart, the youngest child, a sexy, incorrigible playboy, somehow catapult himself into Daddy’s good books? In a game where the ultimate prize is power beyond your wildest dreams, you should never underestimate your competitors, even if they are family . . . and, it turns out, twins can be the most dangerous rivals of all . . . Bad Twins by bestselling author Rebecca Chance explores vicious sibling rivalry in this gripping thriller.

Shadows and Lies

Her body wasn't found until after the confessed killer committed suicide.” “Any connection between the victims?” “None that I could find. They were all leading normal lives, some working, some housewives, some married and some with ...


Author: Gerald Darnell


ISBN: 9781387011940



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Book 16 in the Carson Reno Mystery Series What happens when a rich client, three beautiful women, a shifty businessman, a gambler and a missing spouse are all suspected of murder? The results are a merry-go-round of shadows and lies in a house of cards with clues almost as old as Carson. Greed, blackmail, infidelity, murder, serial killers and a twenty year old crime spin a tale that is practically unbelievable - with the truth masked behind a story that nobody wants told. This old fashion 'whodunit' takes Carson Reno and his crew on a complicated adventure, which has too many victims and too many suspects. Come along and help Carson find the clues and discover the truth as he tries to make sense of all the Shadows and Lies.