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On a brand new Slasher Studios Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield and Steve Goltz will be taking a look at the ABC reality show "Whodunnit." They will be discussing the first six episodes of the horror series so some spoilers for those who are not yet caught up. Listen in live Thursday at 10PM central to find out if the show makes the cut.
THE EXCEPTIONAL ONE, KEN MCCLENTON, NIGHTLY DELVES INTO THE CHALLENGES FACED BY CONSERVATIVE AMERICANS WITHIN SOCIETY'S CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS--INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY, EDUCATION, ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT AND FAITH--WITH A UNIQUE URBAN TWIST.
MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS AT 9:00 PM EST.
J. DAVID BETHEL
HAS SPENT OVER 35 YEARS
IN POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT. AFTER SERVING AS AN APPOINTEE SPEECHWRITER IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS,
BETHEL BEGAN TO FOCUS ON WRITING FICTION AND NON-FICTION.
ONCE OF HIS BEST WORKS IS WHAT WE FOCUS ON TONIGHT:
J. DAVID BETHEL
JOINS US TO DISCUSS HIS RIVETING WHODUNNIT.
THE INVESTIGATION OF THE MURDER OF A CONGRESSMAN'S WIFE LEADS TO THE WEST WING.
WHO COULD FIGURE THAT.
THE EXCEPTIONAL CONSERVATIVE SHOW
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Donna is the author of "When God Turned His Head" is a murder mystery set in Colonial America. It is based on a true story.
When John Adams, one of the future leaders of the American Revolution, was a novice lawyer, a man named Kanter Thorton brought him his first case. The woman he loved, Drusilla Codman, was accused of murdering her rich husband. Drusilla was an indentured servant when she and Kanter became betrothed. But the man she served, John Codman, raped her, causing pregnancy. Bound by the strict code that relegated women to the status of property, she married Codman. When he was found murdered, Drusilla became the only suspect. Kanter was the only person who believed in her innocence. He hired John Adams to defend her, although everybody "knew" Drusilla was guilty. Kanter also began his own investigation, hoping to save the life of his beloved. "When God Turned His Head" is a great read for lovers of historical fiction with a strong sense of place and time, and anybody who likes to get lost in the pages of a good whodunnit.
Although the gruesome sight of mangled body parts is an everyday reality in countries occupied or bombed by the U.S. military, last Monday's 'double-tap' bombing in downtown Boston was the first terror attack on U.S. soil in 12 years.
To date no arrests have been made in connection with the bombing, no group has claimed responsibility and no motive has been offered by the authorities. While facts remain thin on the ground, a number of clues suggest that 'homegrown' terrorists are being lined up to take the fall...
So on this week's show we're going to take a look at what happened at the Boston Marathon finish line and try to make sense of an apparently senseless act. We'll also be discussing events peripheral to the bombing and looking back at the Oklahoma City bombing, which took place almost 18 years ago to the day.
If you're in the Boston area, we want to hear from you about your experiences this week. Downtown obviously went into lockdown after the bombings, but did you notice anything unusual in the run-up to the attacks? And have you noticed the not-so-subtle propaganda insinuating that 'patriots' and 'gun owners' were somehow responsible for what was clearly a professional operation!
Everyone is asking 'Whodunnit?' While we can't tell you who exactly, we can offer a well-informed opinion or two... Join us as we connect the dots this Sunday 21st April from 2-4pm EDT (8-10pm CET)
Each month CJ visits with a thriller or suspense author to discuss a particular book that he's read and recommends to the Thriller-30 audience. This month, author Michael Atkinson talks about Hemingway Deadlights. This book is a lighter than CJ's typical fare for the show. Ernest Hemingway stars as an amateur slueth in this 1950's whodunnit. Atkinson portrays the master as the brash, irreverant man we've heard about but never experienced this way. Follow Hemingway's exploits from Key West to Cuba and you are guaranteed plenty of good laughs along the way.
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In honor of the 2014 Reality Wanted TV Awards taking place on April 17th in Hollywood, TeamSouthernBelles Sasha Horne and Dana Davis Blake will shine the spotlight on ABC's Whodunnit? which is nominated for an award with a special "Where are they now?" catch up session with your favorite Whodunnit? castmembers.
Be sure to tune in!