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Desert Shadows

Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
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"Lena makes a refreshing heroine....Solid series fare." -Booklist

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Titel: Desert Shadows
Autor/en: Betty Webb

ISBN: 159058273X
EAN: 9781590582732
Paperback.
Sprache: Englisch.
Poisoned Pen Press

7. Januar 2013 - kartoniert - 292 Seiten

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Praise for Desert Shadows...

"Lena makes a refreshing heroine....Solid series fare." -Booklist

"The local publishing scene gets a healthy skewering."
-The Chicago Tribune

"The glorious Southwest landscape once again provides the perfect setting for Webb's courageous heroine."
-Publishers Weekly

Some books have money written all over them. Books like Recreational Explosives and How to Build Them. Or Finding Your Patriot Ancestors Through DNA Testing. Or Losing America. Yes, Patriot's Blood Press has gone racist, making money from books that play into the worst elements of society and its darkest behaviors. It's no surprise there are plenty of suspects when Patriot's Blood publisher Gloriana Alden-Taylor is poisoned, but the hammer falls on just one: Owen Sisiwan, a Pima Indian. Scottsdale PI Lena Jones enlists in Owen's defense. To her horror, Lena finds herself rubbing elbows not just with greedy Gloriana's family and employees, but with disgruntled authors and extremists of all sorts.
Lena, a survivor of a childhood spent in foster care, is further pained by her sessions with a therapist for anger management. Soon her flashbacks to the time just before her mother shot her four-year-old self accelerate and move her closer to the mystery of her own identity.
Betty Webb is a journalist and book reviewer for a Phoenix area newspaper. A member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, she lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, with her family.
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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