Hopemore, Georgia, county magistrate MacLaren Yarbrough is having a couple of weird weeks. Hopemore folks don't expect to find a buffalo grazing on the front lawn, but that's exactly what Mac discovers early one autumn morning. The buffalo turns out to be the campaign mascot for gubernatorial candidate Lance Bullock - the son of a man Mac has never expected, or wanted, to see again. He is a part of her life she would prefer to keep hidden . . .
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Patricia Sprinkle decided in ninth grade to become a writer, a goal that remained with her as she went on to study creative writing at Vassar College. After a life-changing, deadline-free stint living in the Scottish Highlands, Sprinkle returned to the United States to settle down with her husband and kids in Atlanta, Georgia, whereupon she found her calling in the genre of mystery. Since 1988, Sprinkle has written twenty mysteries, four novels, and five non-fiction books. She later returned to the world of academia and attended Florida International University for a Masters of Arts in Religious Studies with a focus on religion and literature. She currently lives in Mableton, Georgia.
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Book Description Wheeler Chivers, 2004. Soft cover. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. LARGE PRINT, from the publisher's archive, ship by MediaMail. Bookseller Inventory # LP475
Book Description Wheeler Publishing, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111587247534