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Notes on a Killing: Love, Lies, and Murder in a Small New Hampshire Town

by Kevin Flynn, Rebecca Lavoie

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It was an odd phone call that Sandy Merritt received from her friend, weaver and fiber artist Edith “Pen” Meyer on February 23, 2005. One for the time, Pen never called when Sandy was feeding the dogs, and for the content. Pen wanted Sandy to drop the restraining order against Ken Carpenter and move in with him. It was a bombshell, Sandy wanted to call Pen back at a better time and discuss her change of heart. She wasn’t able to contact her. No one was able to, Pen had vanished.

This was a really bizarre case. Normally when a stalker kills, its the person he was stalking. That didn’t happen here. Not trying to give anything away here but it’s difficult to write a review without mentioning some details not included in the synopsis.

Let me just say, Kevin Flynn does not disappoint. Well written and thoroughly researched, with interviews of Pen’s friends, her family declined to be interviewed, which happens. Still we get all the facts, the relationship that started all this, the actions of Ken Carpenter that were simply mind boggling, showing his truly unstable personality and unsound thinking. Also how at times he was able to manipulate people and how sometimes when he thought he was running the show, people did the exact opposite of what he wanted. I highly recommend this book. ( )
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Their friendship would kill her…

Weaver and fiber artist Edith “Pen” Meyer knew her friend Sandy Merritt’s relationship with a married man was wrong. She had even urged Sandy to take out a restraining order against Kenneth Carpenter. Which was why her call to Sandy on February 23, 2005, seemed to come from out of the blue. During it, she told Sandy to drop the restraining order and get back together with Ken.

Pen was never seen again.

One man stood to gain from Pen’s disappearance: Ken Carpenter. But evidence was bleak: no blood, no DNA, no body. Until detectives found notes hidden beneath a leather chair that turned out to be a playbook for murder…


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Weaver and fiber artist Edith "Pen" Meyer knew her friend Sandy Merritt's relationship with a married man was wrong. She had even urged Sandy to take out a restraining order against Kenneth Carpenter. Which was why her call to Sandy on February 23, 2005, seemed to come from out of the blue. During it, she told Sandy to drop the restraining order and get back together with Ken. Pen was never seen again. One man stood to gain from Pen's disappearance: Ken Carpenter. But evidence was bleak: no blood, no DNA, no body--until detectives found notes hidden beneath a leather chair that turned out to be a playbook for murder.--Publisher description.… (more)

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