Blood On The Jack London Trail

Blood On The Jack London Trail

by Doug Scott
     
 

Burned out from a nationwide tour promoting his best-selling true crime book, The Book Man Killer, author Charles Crawford heads to northern Canada to join a geological crew for two weeks of fishing and well-deserved relaxation. The plan is short-lived. Within days of his arrival at the tent camp near Fort Turner on the Mackenzie River, one of the geologists

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Burned out from a nationwide tour promoting his best-selling true crime book, The Book Man Killer, author Charles Crawford heads to northern Canada to join a geological crew for two weeks of fishing and well-deserved relaxation. The plan is short-lived. Within days of his arrival at the tent camp near Fort Turner on the Mackenzie River, one of the geologists mysteriously drowns and a hunter is murdered.Three main characters join Crawford in investigating the deaths: Ed "Gabby" Hays, veteran geologist and Athabasca Oil crew chief; FBI agent Ray Burke, Crawford's vacationing fishing buddy from Los Angeles; and RCMP Chief Constable Laurence Westmont II, lead Canadian Mountie on the cases. Marnie Sinclair, a lovely but stand-offish teacher at the Dene Indian school at Fort Turner, stirs Crawford's romantic interest.

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ISBN-13:
9781413790023
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
11/28/2005
Pages:
296
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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