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Raven Lake (A Pat Tierney Mystery) (Volume 3) Paperback – May 22, 2016
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About the Author
Born and raised in Montreal, Rosemary McCracken has worked on newspapers across Canada as a reporter, arts reviewer, editorial writer and editor. She is now a Toronto-based journalist who specializes in personal finance and the financial services industry. She advocates greater investor protection, and improved financial services industry regulation and enforcement. Rosemary teaches novel writing at George Brown College in Toronto. Her short fiction has been published by Room of One's Own Press, Kaleidoscope Books, Sisters in Crime, Carrick Publishing and Darkhouse Books. Safe Harbor, the first Pat Tierney suspense thriller, was shortlisted for Britain's Crime Writers' Association's Debut Dagger Award in 2010, and it was published by Imajin Books in 2012. Its sequel, Black Water, was released in 2013. "The Sweetheart Scamster," a Pat Tierney short story in the anthology THIRTEEN, was a 2014 Derringer finalist. Visit Rosemary's blog, http://bit.ly/15LYn05, and her website, http://bit.ly/1FIyACM
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Pat can’t let Bruce take the fall for the murder. He’s just getting his life back on track after the death of his father, and she knows the police won’t track down the killer. Pat volunteers to help solve the crime. The old woman suffered from dementia, so Pat must unravel a tangled web of past relationships while searching for suspects.
Pat hoped to spend her summer vacation enjoying a lakeside cabin. She only needed to wrap up loose ends in the investment firm and get the new branch manager, Nate, up to speed. Suddenly she must mediate between Nate and Soupy, the disgruntled salesman who thought he should get the top job. More problems arise. A fake cabin-rental scheme sends hapless renters to a clients’ cabin and later to her own place. It’s unnerving to see photos of her possessions spread across the internet site. Who broke in to take those shots?
Braeloch, the quiet lakeside refuge, looks more like a dangerous place with a murderer striking victims and angry renters showing up on the doorstep. Turmoil among her own family, distress at work, and problems investigating a murder makes Pat long for city life once more. Can she track down the killer before Bruce gets arrested? Can she resolve the predicament in her family? This exciting novel is sure to keep readers glued to the page until the very end of the book.