The Angel of Knowlton Park (a Joe Burgess Mystery, Book 2)

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Portland, Maine, homicide detective Joe Burgess needs a vacation. But there's a dead child in Knowlton Park.

Rolling up on the scene with a canoe on the roof and fishing poles flapping, Burgess finds little Timmy Watts, viciously stabbed, and carefully wrapped in a new blue blanket.

Timmy's parents are life-long crooks, his brothers deal drugs and his sister turns tricks. The only one who seems to care is ...

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Overview

Portland, Maine, homicide detective Joe Burgess needs a vacation. But there's a dead child in Knowlton Park.

Rolling up on the scene with a canoe on the roof and fishing poles flapping, Burgess finds little Timmy Watts, viciously stabbed, and carefully wrapped in a new blue blanket.

Timmy's parents are life-long crooks, his brothers deal drugs and his sister turns tricks. The only one who seems to care is Timmy's hearing-impaired sister, Iris. But she's keeping her secrets.

Then Iris disappears, and Burgess is battling against time to keep more children from dying.

REVIEWS:
"Flora's thought-provoking second police-procedural marks her as one of the best in the genre." ~Library Journal Starred Review

"A thing of beauty... insights are woven deep... characters, scenes and dialogue boost this story to excellence " ~The Portland Press Herald

THE JOE BURGESS MYSTERIES, in series order
Playing God
The Angel of Knowlton Park
Redemption

ABOUT KATE FLORA
Kate Flora developed her fascination with people's criminal tendencies as a lawyer in the Maine attorney general's office. When Kate isn't writing, or teaching writing at Grub Street in Boston, she can be found in her garden, waging battle against critters, pests, and her husband's lawnmower.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781614175827
  • Publisher: ABN Leadership Group, Inc, dba ePublishing Works!
  • Publication date: 5/27/2014
  • Pages: 414
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.92 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2014

    Great

    This is book 2 in the Joe Burgess series. Read it in one sitting, much to the dismay of my poor family. This is an awesome series with a much loved detective! Now its on to #3. Highly reccommend to all who loved a good who done it!!!!!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2014

    Excellent

    This is an outstanding series. Very well written with engrossiing mysteries and thoroughly developed characters. The protagonist is a real hero cop, whike still having believable but not repulsive flaws. It's nice to find a writer who doesn't portray every cop as an alcoholic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2014

    Good read, Joe Burgess series great!

    I completed all 3 books in this series. They were all great reads. Didn'tknow about Kate Flora until now. Can't wait for the next!

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