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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Stop Smiley

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Joshua Swalls, David Gerken, Jonathan Dailey, Matthew Ward, Colin Gillis, Tom Hecht, Nathan Bihlmaier, Franco Garcia, Harsha Maddula, Michael Philbin, Eric Duffey, Philipp Patnaude, Tyler Blalock...


  1. Hi,

    I'm really interested in your analysis/theory regarding the smiley face murders and, after reading the first few chapters online, would love to read the rest of the book. However, I'm unsure as to how I would get it as I do not have a Kindle or eReader of any kind.

    Is there any kind of PDF download available for those of us who do not have the means to read it via eReaders?

    Thank you and take care.

  2. Hi, and thanks for your interest. Let me look around to see if a PDF format link is available, but have you tried downloading Amazon's free kindle-for-PC app? That would allow you to read THE CASE OF THE DROWNING MEN on your computer screen and, I believe, print it as well.

    Look to the right of the Amazon detail page for that particular title and you'll find the free app option on the upper portion, near where the sampling feature is located.

    (I'll be back--let me know if that works out for you, though!)

  3. Thanks for the tip. I was able to download the app, so there's no need for a PDF version!

    Thanks again!

  4. Hi,

    I was wondering if you had found a pdf version. I am very interested in this as Mike philbin was a great friend and classmate of mine at ripon college