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"[A] fascinating adventure....Webb effec-tively evokes the beauty of the Arizona desert."
-Booklist

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Titel: Desert Run LP
Autor/en: Betty Webb

ISBN: 1590582640
EAN: 9781590582640
Paperback.
Sprache: Englisch.
Poisoned Pen Press

17. Oktober 2012 - kartoniert - 576 Seiten

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Praise for Desert Run...

"[A] fascinating adventure....Webb effec-tively evokes the beauty of the Arizona desert."
-Booklist

Things are never easy for Scottsdale private eye Lena Jones. Her partner, Jimmy Sisiwan, is leaving for a wife and a job at Southwest MicroSystems. Her old captain at the Scottsdale PD is moving to Brooklyn. She's doing security for the director of a documentary being shot at Papago Park about the German POW camp and the "great escape" of Christmas Eve, 1944, when some prisoners tunneled out and fled. And one surviving escapee, Kapitan Zur See Erik Ernst, a man in his nineties confined to a wheelchair after a boating accident, has just been murdered. Lena's experienced in probing the past for answers, including the central mystery of her own life-who is she?
Betty Webb has interviewed U.S. presidents, astronauts, Nobel Prize-winners, the homeless, the dying, and polygamy runaways. Desert Wind is seventh in her Lena Jones mystery series, based on stories she covered as a reporter.
www.bettywebb-mystery.com

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Before writing mysteries full time, Betty Webb worked as a journalist, interviewing everyone from U.S. presidents and Nobel Prize winners, to the homeless and polygamy runaways. Most of her books are based on the stories she covered as a reporter. Today she's a volunteer at the Phoenix Zoo, and is also a member of the National Federation of Press Women, Mystery Writers of America, the Society of Southwestern Authors, and Women Writing the West.
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