Dead Sand: A Lewis Cole Mystery
In Tyler Beach, New Hampshire, Detective Diana Woods enrolls the help of Lewis Cole, a magazine writer, to investigate a series of murders in her town. First, a corpse is unearthed in a back garden, next a waitress is found strangled in her home, then a man who claims to have evidence gets blown up in a boat.
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