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Ayla Reynolds and so many more — their stories continue

Five years ago this coming Saturday, a phone call from a Waterville man to that city’s police department kicked off what came to be the state’s biggest criminal investigation. Yet, five years later, little more is known about what happened … Continue reading

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Imagining Ayla Reynolds–If Only

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here. And I had an entirely different post planned for today (good news on the book front) until I read Amy Calder’s story in the Waterville┬áMorning Sentinel marking the two-year anniversary of the disappearance of Maine … Continue reading

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Part J.D. Salinger, part Patricia Cornwell

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here, having a weird morning. A newspaper columnist wrote about my books this morning, describing the ways real-life crime has resembled my fictional version. ┬áMaureen Milliken, the columnist for the Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel, writes … Continue reading

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Ayla Reynolds: A Mystery Without End

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here. And I’ve got to say up front that I’d told myself I wasn’t going to write anything more about the Ayla Reynolds case until something happened. I can’t wait that long. Ayla is the toddler … Continue reading

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Escape from Ayla Reynolds

Gerry here, and I didn’t expect to be writing this, not now, maybe not ever. I’m talking about the missing toddler Ayla Reynolds, reported missing by her father December 17. But you know that. Everybody knows that, from Matt Lauer … Continue reading

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