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It's off-season on Martha's Vineyard: Thanksgiving has come and gone, and hunting season is in full swing. J. W. Jackson - retired cop, dedicated fisherman, and passionate cook - is more or less holed up with his family for the winter. But the outside world intrudes when an old Vietnam buddy asks J.W. to virtually smuggle him back to his home on the Vineyard.
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Philip R. Craig grew up on a small cattle ranch near Durango, Colorado, before going off to college at Boston University, where he was an All-American fencer. He earned his M.F.A. at the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop. A recently retired professor of English at Wheelock College in Boston, he and his wife Shirley now live year-round on Martha's Vineyard.From Booklist:
This long-running series offers many satisfactions, not the least of which is Craig's constants: J. W., striving mightily to be a fisherman and family man but always being drawn into whatever mischief is afoot on Martha's Vineyard; plots that don't stretch credulity; and fine local color. This time, with Christmas approaching, J. W. finds it necessary to move his wife and kids out of their house when an old Indian buddy from Vietnam needs to hide his tracks for awhile. Joe Begay has done covert work for some years, and when three of the five operators who worked with him die suddenly, he sends his own family away and asks J. W. to help. A beautiful Eurasian agent, a lot of suits from D.C., and J. W.'s tentative forays onto the Internet (aided by his young children) all come into play, as our hero attempts to resolve the situation in time for his family to return home for the holidays. GraceAnne DeCandido
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Book Description Thorndike Press, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0786276142
Book Description Thorndike Press, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110786276142