Silent Witness: A Sam Kincaid Mystery (Google eBook)

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Poisoned Pen Press Inc, May 27, 2011 - Fiction - 280 pages
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Sam Kincaid and Kate McConnell must once again look beneath the obvious in an increasingly dangerous scenario.The armored car robbery went terribly awry, leaving two people dead. One was a member of the gang believed responsible for the crime. Walter Bradshaw, the 45-year-old leader of the Reformed Church of the Divine Christ, is charged with capital murder and aggravated robbery. Bradshaw leads an arch-conservative, anti-government group of Mormon polygamists who were once a part of Warren JeffsA[a¬a[ Fundamentalist Church. Captured after a high-speed chase, Bradshaw currently sits in a cell at the Utah State Prison, awaiting trial for the armored car fiasco. The rest of the Bradshaw gang remains at large.Then two days before BradshawA[a¬a[s preliminary hearing, Arnold Ginsberg, one of two witnesses to the robbery, is stabbed and bludgeoned to death in a parking garage in downtown Salt Lake City. That same evening, the second witness, 24-year old AA University of Utah student Robin Joiner, narrowly escapes being kidnapped as she walks across campus to her car.... This is the sequel to The Commission, named one of the best books of 2007 by Publishers Weekly.

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Silver Lies is a very competent historical mystery that doesn't overplay its hand of modest charms. The result is a book that successfully kept me immersed and appreciative of the common pitfalls it ... Read full review

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SILVER LIES by Ann Parker is a tale of greed and murder, set against the very authentic backdrop of Leadville, CO, in 1879, in the midst of its silver rush. Joe Rose, assayer and pillar of the ... Read full review

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MICHAEL NORMAN is a writer and retired journalism professor who lives in an absolutely unhaunted house near the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St.Paul. Beth Scott, who died in early 1994, was full-time freelance writer for more than thirty-five years.

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