A Jaded Affair

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iUniverse, Apr 25, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction
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Casey Miller and Lexie Wentworth's vacation on Cape Cod is rudely interrupted by their discovery of a body in a cranberry bog.

Their reputations in Elm Grove have preceded them. Soon, they are visited by an intruder who issues a stern, life-threatening warning to stay out of the case.

They learn that all is not well at the art gallery where Lexie has been hired to work for the summer. Casey's summer workplace, too, is shrouded in a mystery that has unexpected consequences.

Casey's and Lexie's curiosity and persistence are their strengths, but their weakness as well. Again, they find themselves facing death, manipulated by people they initially trust, and run headlong into a vicious plot of revenge.

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Prophet holds a Master's degree in Special Education from Boston University. His professional experiences in the field of education covers a wide range of age groups in a variety of settings. He taught 6th graders in public school, taught emotionally disturbed children in a private psyciatric clinic, and a school adjustment counseling in public schools, taught in Headstart classes and taught candidates for the NASD licenses examination. He served in the military as an Air Navigator in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Commander, having served in the Naval Reserve for 17 years.

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