Who killed retired police officer, Lee Ellen Cornwell? Post traumatic stress drove her from The Force early, but it was not her worst enemy. Someone wanted her dead.
Was it one of the many criminals she had helped put behind bars; her ex-husband; the reacquainted long lost boyfriend; a fellow law officer she could testify against? Or was her death simply a fluke hunting accident, as ruled by the local sheriff.
Lee’s calamitous early years prepared her well for a life in law enforcement. But the impending sexual harassment case haunts her. All she wants now is to go home again, build a cabin, and rest eyes on the mountains of her youth. Unearthing that gold tooth changes everything. Fate denies all.
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JOE COBB CRAWFORD is a licensed professional electrical engineer with a passion for story telling. He has a Master of Science degree in engineering from The University of Tennessee. A native of Southern Appalachia, he honed his writing skills by attending the Iowa Summer Writing Festival and two writers groups located in Clarkesville and Toccoa, Georgia. The Blue Ridge Mountains are the setting and material source for all five of his books and include: The Poetry Company: Memoirs of a Chicken Catcher, When The Chickens Come Home To Roost, Mountain Shadow Memories, Have Books, Will Travel, and What The Bookman Saw. He resides on Lake Hartwell in northeast Georgia, with his wife of forty-eight years, Susan, a retired teacher and principal.
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Book Description The Poetry Company, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110988837455
Book Description The Poetry Company, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0988837455