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BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY PLUNGE is the second in Annis Ward Jackon's Rachel Myers Murder Mystery series. Myers comes home from Arizona to where she was born in the small community of Laurel Hill in the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina. She's enjoying settling into her childhood home and having plenty of space to indulge her passion for gradening while waiting for her new job to begin as administrator of an exclusive retirement center. Rachel is still in the middle of unpacking when an old family friend asks her to look into the suspicious death of his seventy-three year old friend who has been found dead at the bottom of a sheer cliff along the Blue Ridge Parkway.The coroner has ruled accident or suicide but Myers finds a murderous trail that began fifty years before and has wound its deadly path all the way to the present.The murderer has the perfect cover and the perfect weapon. Rachel Myers' only hope is that her new love, Detective Robert Barnett, will show up before it's too late.
Mack has a secret... Mack and Al used to be minor pop stars. They partied hard during the brief worldwide success of Mack's song 'A Bridge of Straw'. That was until a journalist with a vendetta threw the band apart and Al became seduced by Hollywood. Mack had settled into family life but Al returns, out of the blue, demanding a share of the royalties. Mack loses control as the situation develops, costing him his marriage and forcing him to retreat from the world that once acknowledged his talent. Fourteen years on, Mack's son Johnny is determined to help his father by uncovering the truth, and to prove his father's innocence. But someone is trying to stop him...
Blue Ridge Justice, A tale of the mysteries and complications that confront a small town police force in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Rad Childers and Rabbit Tankers comprise the hard working detective force in the normally peaceful town of Hill City. Things become involved when a local bank is robbed and Rad and Rabbit give chase to the escaping felons. Before the dust can settle they are involved in a murder investigation, which appears unconnected to the bank robbery. Is Hill City in the midst of a crime wave? Demands from a city councilman and business leaders cause interference with police action. When the councilman is challenged in an upcoming election, things go from bad to worse. One bright spot is Jay Edwards, a young man with new ideas well ahead of his time. His ingenuity aids the investigative process enabling the two detectives to bring some closure to the tangled web. The exciting climax comes when the two stalwarts go all-out to catch the culprits, but the task of putting them under lock and key doesn't come easy.
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May Baldwin (1862-1950) was a British author of girls' school stories. According to The Encyclopedia of Girls' School Stories, Baldwin's writing is far less nationalistic than that of other early contributors to the genre, perhaps owing to her own international education.
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