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Death in a Small Town
Gay Toltl Kinman
Harley Jane Kozak
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 32 Min.
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Jo Peters, a former LA County district attorney, once thought that big-city life and glamor were her future. But after a brush with death and a truckload of murder and mayhem in LA, Jo decides that home, Mirasol, CA, doesn't look so bad after all. She is content to be the new city attorney for her home town. No more grisly murder scenes, just boring administrative law. A small-town pace, reconnecting with old friends. Life is good. When the body of one of those old friends is found, Jo finds herself drawn to the investigation.
The Change is coming, and the world as we know it is ending. Sixteen-year-old Ellie has changed. She looks the same, but her mother detects someone else looking out through her blue eyes. Ellie builds a "shelter" in her room with an entrance that leads...elsewhere. And what of the convoy of tractor trailers Hari Tate watches drive up a mountain road and return without the trailers...leaving nothing on the mountain. What are they shipping? And the writer who finds a hole in the floor of his NYC apartment and tumbles through into...elsewhere.
Bogged Down is a mystery set on Vashon Island, a place that has been described as Mayberry-meets-Burning Man. Lavender (Lew) Lewis moved there because it's only a 20-minute ferry ride from Seattle, yet light years away in tempo and character. She grew up on a commune in Alaska, joined the army at 17, does woods parkour for exercise, and HR investigations to earn a living.
Homicide detective Davie Richards is called to an airport parking garage to investigate the shooting of a retired US Army Ranger. Missing personal items point to a robbery, but Davie suspects a more sinister motive when she notices only one military dog tag around the Ranger's neck. Could the murderer have taken the other as a memento of the kill?
A suddenly widowed professor of poetry abruptly leaves her home in Los Angeles to visit Taos, New Mexico, where she and her older husband had many happy trips. She goes there in hopes of mentally and emotionally healing. But while she struggles with her grief, she becomes entangled in the local politics, and in the search for the identity of a devil worship group and their real purpose.
Most cops spend their entire careers without firing a weapon in the line of duty. LAPD Detective Davie Richards is an outlier, a cop who killed a suspect to save another officer's life. While she waits for the police commission to rule on the shooting, she's called out to probe the gruesome homicide of Anya Nosova, a 19-year-old Russian beauty whose body is found in the Los Angeles sewer system. With her own case in limbo, Davie knows that any mistakes in the investigation could end her career. As she hunts for the murderer, somebody begins to hunt her.
Assume nothing? That's the touchstone for every homicide investigation Detective Davie Richards undertakes. She approaches her latest case the same way, determined to learn as much about the victim as she does about the killer. But there's nothing about 34-year-old Sara Montaine or her death that makes sense. Was Sara a saint caring for her dying husband or a gold-digger with a sketchy background? Did she commit suicide or was she murdered? As Davie digs deeper, she unearths Sara's troubled past and a viper's nest of villains who are willing to kill to keep their secrets hidden.