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Available Online. Online Hoopla Collection. Online OverDrive Collection. Check Out OverDrive. Source Publisher Phys Desc. More Info Check Out Hoopla. Click to view. A dead man is discovered in a suburban house that is being used as a drugs lab, and Captain Jake Hines pulls in all his detectives to investigate. The victim carried no identification but the discovery of a small Mass card written in the Cyrillic alphabet hidden in his jacket gives Jake an important lead. Could this be connected to a ruthless Eastern European gang that has started operating in Minnesota?
Rio Linda. Language Availability , Forced to choose between the land they love and the easy money they'd get if they sold it to sand miners for oil drilling, a hard-working Minnesota farm family resorts to loud family fights. Mary Anna Evans also does a great deal of research for her books.
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A few years ago in Ft. Myers, Mary Anna saved my schedule at the Lee County Reading Festival by agreeing to appear when Nancy Pickard had to cancel due to her mother's heart attack.
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Mary Anna came down from Gainesville, even though her first book, Artifacts, hadn't even been published yet. The audience enjoyed her, and I invited her back the next year when she could at least sell copies of Artifacts. Now her second book, Relics, is receiving good press. It brings back Faye Longchamp, who is now finishing up her degree to be an archeologist. Interestingly enough, Faye, like Jane Hines, is of mixed race. Mary Anna talked about running her books past an archeologist in Louisiana for accuracy.
I'm looking forward to reading Relics. It was great to see Mary Anna again. We also met her daughter, Rachel, who is hoping to attend school at ASU. Jim enjoyed talking to her about Arizona and college while I was able to get my copy of Relics signed.
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I'm always pleased to see the authors from the Reading Festival, but particularly to see Mary Anna. I really appreciated her help.
Elizabeth Gunn's web site is www. Posted by Lesa at PM No comments:. Thursday, September 15, Straight into Darkness. Straight into Darkness is the latest novel by Faye Kellerman. Although it has a mystery as its premise, the book itself is much more than the simple story of a homicide detective tracking a serial killer. Axel Berg is a homicide detective in Munich in the mids when someone kills women and leaves their bodies in a local park. He and his team try to uncover the secrets behind the deaths.
At the same time, Kellerman is revealing the secrets behind Munich in the 20s. This was a scary time and place to live, even for a policeman like Berg.
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There is an unease in the air, born of the fear of the political climate. Kellerman describes it as, "Munich had been languishing in a terrible postwar flux. The war had been lost, lives had been demolished, the monarchy had been overthrown, and Russia was eagerly waiting to invade Bavaria. The scariest group was Hitler's Brownshirts, young men that the police such as Berg viewed as hooligans.
Hitler is riling the people, and the police oppose that, but are forced to work with him. Berg is a man that questions authority, and opposes the rise of Hitler. He served in World War I, but questions "Germany's exaggerated sense of maleness and duty and willingness to die for the Fatherland - what propelled the country time and time again into war? But, the greatest tragedy in the book itself is Germany's path to Naziism and war, what Kellerman calls the "national tragedy. Hopefully, this will be the first of many mysteries to feature Alafair Tucker, the matriarch of an Oklahoma farm family.
Alafair is only 38, but as the strong, wise mother of nine, she certainly deserves to be called matriarch. And, she'll fight for her children, and those she feels deserves help. It's a nasty January day in when Harley Day dies. No one regrets the death of the drunk, abusive man, including Alafair, but when it's discovered that he was murdered, Alafair begins to worry.
Everyone wanted him dead, but his son, John Lee, is a suspect. And, Alafair was just learning how much her seventeen year old daughter, Phoebe, cared for John Lee. Like a mother hen, Alafair is going to protect her daughter.
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If her daughter loves John Lee, there must be some good in him, so Alafair determines she'll find Harley Day's killer.
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