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Is Bigfoot prowling around Reckless River, Washington? Has Sasquatch come to the city?
Barbara Reed doesn’t know if she believes the legendary creature exists, but evidence is stacking up. Something big is scavenging for food in city parks. Something tall and heavy left footprints across a dirt parking lot. And something huge and hairy careened into her one night on the riverfront trail.
Did that same creature kill a man and drag his body into a swamp? Or was the killer human? Will justice be undermined by media frenzy, a tide of tourism, and hundreds of hunters?
With help from the usual suspects, Barb, her drug-cop boyfriend, her pearl-powered wealthy neighbor, and Cheese Puff, her less-than-loyal dog, set out to solve a mystery, catch a murderer, and bust a few myths along the way.
After tangling with killers (NO SUBSTITUTE FOR MURDER) and a deranged drug dealer (NO SUBSTITUTE FOR MONEY), substitute teacher Barbara Reed craves routine, relaxation, and quality time with drug cop Dave Martin.
Moving in together seems like the way to achieve that. But Dave’s teenage daughter is part of the package-a package filled with drama,Read More
(Sequel to HEMLOCK LAKE and THROUGH A YELLOW WOOD)
The Catskill Mountains are rich in folklore, legends, and tales of the supernatural. Once guided by ghosts, Dan Stone doesn’t disbelieve what can’t be explained. And there’s no logical reason for the patch of blighted ground beside a boulder near Hemlock Lake. Known as the Devil’s Tombstone, theRead More
Portland, Oregon, 1997
Back in the 60s he tuned in, turned on, and dropped out into a life without deadlines or documentation. But now the aging flower child known as Paladin has run up against reality.
High-tech thugs with guns want a package he didn’t deliver, cops like him for the murder of a low-rent attorney, and the attorney’s secretaryRead More
Rock and Roll Reunions Can Be Murder!
Portland’s Tie-dyed Detective Cracks Another Case.
(The sequel to THE HARD KARMA SHUFFLE)
After The Velvet Miasma self-destructed on stage in the mid seventies, band members vowed they’d never perform together again. But it’s 1998, retro is in, and a reunion means big bucks. Thor, the band’s egocentricRead More