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Where the Tamarack Grows

Joyce, Monette

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ISBN 10: 1466474602 / ISBN 13: 9781466474604
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011
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Title: Where the Tamarack Grows

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2011

Book Condition: Very Good

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The old-timers always said that anything can happen when the tamaracks change to autumn gold. It is fall. Someone is stalking Gabriella Kingstone. Her husband is gone and she is alone in the house. On a moonlit night her husband, Leon, navigates the torturous curves winding through the marshy bogs where the tamarack grows. A truck looming behind speeds to within inches of his bumper in menacing spurts. A woman berrying near a deserted farm disappears. That's the same day that mentally challenged Vincent Purcey was in the wrong place at the wrong time. The residents of the small northern Minnesota town of Petrie are traumatized by events, but believe outsiders are responsible. Little did they know that the evil lurked amongst them.

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Sandra Appleby Joyce of Minneapolis and Beverly Monette Milbrath of Stillwater, Minnesota , were classmates at the University of Wisconsin at River Falls. Their long-time friendship evolved into a fulfilling writing relationship. Where the Tamarack Grows is their debut suspense novel, and the are already planning their sequel. Both women belong to the Minneapolis Writers Workshop,. which is composed of both published and unpublished authors Widowed in 1995, Sandra enjoys playing tennis and golf. Beverly is addicted to growing tomatoes and anything else that condescends to grow. She and her husband, Clement, winter in Sun City Arizona.

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