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Monthly Archive for May, 2011

Suspense Radio Interview & Whirlwind Tour Continues…

Painless interview with Suspense Radio thanks to host John Raab. Click on link below to listen.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/suspensemagazine/2011/05/07/suspense-radio-with-heywood-gould

 THE WHIRLWIND TOUR CONTINUES

RELEASE PARTIES & BOOK SIGNINGS

 May 21, 2011  1:00 – 3:00 pm

THE BOOK CARNIVAL
348 South Tustin Street
Orange, CA 92866-2502
(714) 538-3210

May 22, 2011 1:00 – 2:30

THE FIREHOUSE RESTAURANT & BAR
213 Rose Ave  (in Venice)
Los Angeles, CA 90291
(310) 396-6810

This will be followed by a general Q&A about the process of thriller and screenwriting.

 

Serial Killer’s Daughter – Midwest Book Review

 Off on a book tour—signings, interviews, panels, car washes, eating contests, targeted assassinations, but you have to order at least twenty books—for the next few weeks. Will post a few of the interviews along the way….Best, Heywood

 

JOIN US TONIGHT

Thursday, May 5th  6:30 – 8:00

Mysterious Bookshop

58 Warren Street

New York, NY 10007

 

Friday, February 18, 2011

The Serial Killer’s Daughter-Heywood Gould

The Serial Killer’s Daughter

Heywood Gould

Nightbird Publishing, Apr 2011

www.nightbirdpubs.com

ISBN: 9780981951258

 

College senior Peter Vogel is majoring in English. He is an intellectual nerd with no friends; the loner finds women ignore him like he has a disease so he fantasizes about females with his vivid imagination. Thus he is shocked when student Hannah Seeley asks him to write her papers so she can graduate as women never talk to him even for a favor. Since she has no money to pay him, Hannah offers him sex. He accepts her deal and writes a paper in which she receives an “A”. After the promised tryst, she vanishes from his life without even a good-bye

 

Peter goes to Houston to earn his Masters. Hannah reenters his life insisting people are after her. A policeman investigates her claim and tells Peter Hannah is the daughter of Anoly Sweeney known as the Robbingate Killer who murdered eleven times, but now is in prison in the Pacific Northwest. The townsfolk of Robbingate are angry at Hannah because she the sole person her father loved. Many of the townsfolk have the means to hire a professional killer to murder her. Though she hurt him, Peter decides to protect her from a town without pity and dicover who is really trying to kill her.

 

Heywood Gould has written an exciting crime thriller that looks deeply into the various masks people wear and change to hide their peculiarities and what they consider a fault. Peter is the only person who is guileless so that what you see is what you get. Peter obviously cares about Hannah as he tries to help her in spite of her hurting him though that means he needs to relook his values. Readers will understand that even serial killers have families who are victims of their insanity too as Mr. Gould allows fans to see up close how the Serial killer’s Daughter survives the whisperers about her heritage.

 

Harriet Klausner, Midwest Book Review