Dead Jitterbug

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F+W Media, Inc., Jul 29, 2011 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Everyone knows the name Hope McDonald--and not just the couple thousand folks in Loon Lake. Her advice column is syndicated worldwide to about eighty million readers.

When the wise old woman is found murdered in her home, Chief Lew Ferris can think of more than a few suspects--and calls on Doc Osborne for help.

Since Hope was dealing with some desperate souls, Doc and Lew will have to think of the perfect bait to net a cold-blooded killer. . .


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Review: Dead Jitterbug (A Loon Lake Mystery #6)

User Review  - Nancy - Goodreads

What can I say? I love LoonLake! Read full review

Review: Dead Jitterbug (A Loon Lake Mystery #6)

User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

I've really tired of this series, and find so much of the information on Wisconsin law enforcement to be inaccurate and unrealistic. The only reason I read this is because I own a copy of the book. I have one more to go and then I will be done with them. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

In her teens and twenties, mystery author Victoria Houston was the classic hometown girl who couldn't wait to leave her small Wisconsin town. She has not only returned to her hometown, Rhinelander, but she has based her popular Loon Lake mystery series in the region's fishing culture. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and on National Public Radio.

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