A hidden marijuna farm and the murder of a long-lost granddaughter keep Tempe busy, while her husband has troubles of his own, when the description of a man who exposes himself to school children sounds like Hutch. The wingbeat of an owl is a harbinger of danger. Suspicious newcomers, false accusations, and a grandfather's heartache leads to murder.
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Award winning author, Marilyn Meredith, is inspired by the foothill community in the Southern Sierra where she lives. She admits to basing many of her characters of the people and places she interviewed and visited when she was wrote for the local newspaper. She also draws on much she's learned from the neighboring Native Americans who live on the nearby reservation. Marilyn is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, EPIC, and serves on the board of directors of the Public Safety Writers Association. She is available as a speaker and instructor for writers' conferences, schools, organizations, and libraries.Review:
"...fully realized characters, wonderful glimpses into Native American culture...precise plotting and a deft hand." --Patricia Lucas White, Crescent Blues Reviews, 2004
"...a take-charge resident deputy that doesn't mind staring down a bear to bring the bad guy to justice." --Four Stars, Patricia E. Cantebury, author Poplar Cove/Delta Mysteries, 2004
"...I am a long time fan of Meredith and look forward to additional installments in the popular series! --Phillip Tomasso III Bestsellers World Reviews 2004
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Book Description Golden Eagle Press, 2004. Mass Market Paperback. Book Condition: Used: Good. Bookseller Inventory # SONG1891940082