The May Day Murders

The May Day Murders

By Scott Wittenburg

  • Release Date : 2010-01-23
  • Genre : Crime & Thrillers
  • FIle Size : 0.36 MB
Score: 4.0
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The May Day Murders The tranquility of Smithtown, Ohio is shattered when David Bradley arrives home to find that his wife has been raped and murdered by someone who left no clues behind except the words “May Day” painted on her body. Reporter Sam Middleton is determined to help police find the killer of his ex-wife's friend as they learn that another Smithtown woman has been murdered. Who will the next victim be?


  • May Day Murders

    By luton bob
    Excellent gripping read
  • Meh !

    By Fourhero
    A good read until about 3/4 of the way through the book when it appeared the author had hit the Gin. Missed words, misspelt words, it was down to the reader to fill in the blanks....perhaps next time they should pay up and get a proof reader before releasing their novel. All a bit too 'happy ending' to be believable!
  • Obvious Ending & Spelling Issues

    By Kel_white10
    Very obvious and was drawn out too long. Awful spelling mistakes, worst being one of the characters names, even on the same page & paragraph! (Shelley or Shelly??) Downloaded the sequel hoping for a better read
  • Average

    By obuckley7
    The story is very cliche and there are lots of typos.
  • This is crap a pile of crap

    By Cold killer1093
    This is crap a pile of crap scrap this book now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you
  • Mr

    By Brentbisset
    Extremely predictable book and slightly weird.
  • The May Day murders

    By Griffo959
    A gripping thriller. Couldn't put it down
  • Great light read

    By Agnesse
    A little predictable but good, catching story
  • The May murders

    By Scott Wittenberg
    A brilliant book from start to finish .
  • Predictable story, gullible characters!

    By Kittyk121
    Mostly skimmed this book as it was pretty boring and predictable.