A Novel of Suspense
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 368 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 22 February 2011|
RITA-nominated author P. J. Alderman's delightful new mystery series blends haunting ghosts with hunting criminals as therapist Jordan Marsh dives deep into the past to solve a modern murder.
A recent transplant to Washington State's charming seaside town of Port Chatham, Jordan is still getting used to sharing her slightly run-down but historic lodging with ghosts. As if living with the long-deceased isn't enough of a challenge, she's just found a corpse: The town's notorious womanizer Holt Stillwell is lying on the beach with a bullet in his head.
Before Jordan can reel in a suspect, another victim surfaces. And this one isn't taking murder lying down. Holt's ancestor Michael Seavey, the Pacific Northwest's most infamous shanghaier, has materialized in Jordan's house, seeking to solve his own death in a suspicious shipwreck in 1893. With two murders to solve and a killer on the loose, Jordan faces yet another equally terrifying prospect: her growing attraction to the very alive and criminally attractive pub owner Jase Cunningham.
About the Author
P. J. Alderman has lived in the Pacific Northwest for more than twenty-five years. She is the author of "A Killing Tide," a RITA finalist for Best First Book, as well as "Phantom River." After spending several years on Oregon s North Coast, she now lives in Washington State with her family. P. J. Alderman is currently at work on her next Port Chatham mystery."
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