Right to Remain Silent

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 1, 1998 - Fiction - 284 pages
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Connor Westphal is drawn into another mystery in Flat Skunk when the local historian dies, is resurrected, and dies again! Hot on the story of this unexpected event, Connor stumbles across the murdered woman's son, a deaf man who has been misdiagnosed for years. Working to clear his name for his mother's murder turns out to be more than she bargains for. Staying one step ahead of the killer, locating a missing will, and getting out her weekly paper are all just part of a day's work for amateur sleuth Connor Westphal in the third book of this popular series by Penny Warner.

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This paperback series (e.g., Sign of Foul Play, Bantam, 1998) features an exciting deaf protagonist, northern California surrounds, and unusual, addictive characters. Connor Westphal, reporter for ... Read full review

About the author (1998)

Penny Warner has written over 50 books for parents and kids, featuring ideas on child development, parties, games, activities, and snacks. She has a bachelor's degree in early childhood education and a master's degree in special education, and has taught child development, special education, and sign language, at local colleges.

She has appeared on several television talk shows as well as on national TV, presenting tips for parents and kids. She was featured on HGTV's Smart Solutions and The Later Today Show. In addition to Learn to Sign the Fun Way, she has written an award-winning mystery series featuring a deaf reporter in the California gold country, and an award-winning mystery for middle grade readers. She also writes a weekly newspaper column on family life and contributes to a number of websites, including DrSpock.com, FisherPrice.com, ToysRUs.com, OrientalTradingCompany.com and BalloonTime.com. She lives in Danville, California, with her husband and two children.

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