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Death in West Wheeling (Five Star First Edition Mystery)

Dymmoch, Michael Allen

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ISBN 10: 1594144583 / ISBN 13: 9781594144585
Published by Five Star (ME), 2006
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Signed by Author 1594144583 Dust jacket has a scratch on front cover, else like new. Signed by Michael Dymmoch on the title page. Dust jacket in a mylar protector. Bookseller Inventory # 028752

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Title: Death in West Wheeling (Five Star First ...

Publisher: Five Star (ME)

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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“Breakneck pace and solid atmosphere are the hallmarks here.” ―AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
When a local schoolteacher disappears from rural West Wheeling, acting sheriff Homer Deters investigates. Before long he's got three more missing persons, two unidentified bodies, a car theft, a twenty-three-vehicle pile-up in the center of town, a missing tiger, and a squad of agitated ATF agents to deal with.
With no help from the Feds, Homer turns to his buddy, Rye Willis, and West Wheeling's eccentric postmistress, Nina Ross, to locate the missing, identify the bodies, and bring a murderer to justice. Packed with regional charm and Deters’ wit, Death in West Wheeling shows how wild one case can get.

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Dymmoch, author of the Jack Caleb and John Thinnes mystery series, pulls off what very few writers of any stripe can: she writes a full-length, first-person mystery in rural dialect, without the dialect seeming forced or becoming annoying. The dialect is central to the narrator, Homer Deters, who is the acting sheriff of a rural Illinois town, West Wheeling, and is believably homespun and crafty enough to portray himself as "Deputy Redneck" to big-city investigators. A male teacher has disappeared from a missionary school in West Wheeling. Three more people, including an ATF agent, also go missing. Two bodies turn up--one in a swamp, the other dumped next to a highway. More criminal mayhem follows, including the vanishing of a circus tiger, but even with ATF agents breathing down his neck and making fun of him, Homer keeps his cool, handily solving murders and disappearances. Breakneck pace and solid atmosphere are the hallmarks here. Connie Fletcher
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