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Revised by the authors and released as DEATH AT DEVIL'S HARBOR, August, 2013.
When the body of an unscrupulous land developer washes in with the tide, there are more suspects than mourners in the quirky town of Devil's Harbor, Oregon. Vince Grabowski was infamous for creating an environmental disaster, hatching shady investment schemes and trying to commercialize the tiny coastal community. A list of who-could-have-done-it includes Grabowski's less-than grieving widow, her eco-freak boyfriend, a marijuana-farming ice cream shop owner, a radio evangelist about to lose her listeners, the mayor's sex-crazed wife and a disgruntled artist who grudgingly perpetuates a hoax on gullible tourists. For Molly Donovan, the murder creates an opportunity to use the crime reporting skills she shelved when her father's heart attack forced her to return to Oregon. Chafing under the limitations of writing for The North Coast Flotsam, she revels in matching wits with investigators-until the killer frames her father.
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Carolyn J. Rose grew up in New York's Catskill Mountains, the setting for her Hemlock Lake mystery trilogy. She graduated from the University of Arizona with a degree and a tan, and stayed on for graduate school. Thanks to boredom and a public service announcement on late-night TV, she abandoned literary studies for two years with Volunteers in Service to America in Little Rock.From there a series of coincidences and chance encounters led her to the land of TV news and 25 years as a researcher, writer, producer, and assignment editor in Arkansas, New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington.She's now a high school substitute teacher in Vancouver, Washington.Her subbing experiences, and her sometimes rocky relationship with the dogs in her life, led her to create the canine character Cheese Puff and the Subbing isn't for Sissies series. Other than writing, her interests arer eading,swimming, walking, gardening, and NOT cooking.
Mike Nettleton, author of The Shotgun Kiss and co-author of The Hard Karma Shuffle,The Crushed Velvet Miasma, Drum Warrior, Death at Devil's Harbor, Deception at Devil's Harbor, and Sucker Punches,grew up in Bandon and Grants Pass, Oregon. A stint at a college station in Ashland led to a multi-state radio odyssey with on-air gigs in Oregon, California, and New Mexico under the air name Mike Phillips. In 1989 he returned to the Northwest and in 1994 joined KEX Radio in Portland. Recently retired,his hobbies are golf, pool, Texas hold-em poker, and book collecting.
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Book Description Krill Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110982144334
Book Description Krill Press, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0982144334