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Made a Killing in Copper

Richard L Baldwin

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ISBN 10: 0989146278 / ISBN 13: 9780989146272
Published by Buttonwood Press, Haslett, MI, 2015
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In very good condition with clean, unmarked pages and light creases to spine; o/w like new. Historical fiction about the copper mines in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 006002

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Title: Made a Killing in Copper

Publisher: Buttonwood Press, Haslett, MI

Publication Date: 2015

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Near Fine

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Copper Harbor, a peaceful and tranquil community is at the heart of this story with interesting characters, plenty of drama, and a Finnish family who has their tranquil existence torn apart by their son s role in a murder. The beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula is often referred to as Copper Country and aptly so, as copper mines there have yielded tons of ore. Karl Carlson, a retired police officer smelts copper and sells it to jewelers in Europe. He depends on a supply of copper coming to him from a number of thieves who decide they want to partner with him. But, Karl calls them, Good for nothings and refuses to create a partnership. Thus the problem; and murder appears to be the only solution. This story, like the previous 15 Lou Searing Mysteries provides readers with a safe read complete with twists and turns as Detectives Lou Searing and Belle Franklin bring justice to Upper Michigan.

About the Author:

A resident of Haslett, MI - Rich Baldwin has published more than 20 books, including two children s books, a set of religious vignettes, several skits and the AARP Magazine - Swim Suit Edition, under his own company Buttonwood Press. He is also a public speaker, addressing groups on the topic of How to Self Publish Your Own Book Prior to becoming a published author, he enjoyed a long and exciting career in special education, serving as a teacher, college professor and spending 20 years at the Michigan Department of Education where he was a consultant, supervisor and State Director of Special Education from 1990-97. Rich was born in Kalamazoo,MI; raised in Grand Haven, MI; and has graduate and post graduate degrees from Western Michigan University as well as a doctorate from Kansas University. Rich loves to spend time with his fans, and likes nothing better than meeting people when he is at book-signings and making appearances on promotional tours.

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