Fallen Oaks
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Fallen Oaks

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by James P Maywar
     
 

The year is 1919. It has been six years since Toby and Mary Sharpe, Sylvia
Pointe, John Gressley, and Bill Boyd worked together to solve a murder and expose an international kidnapping ring. During those six years, each of them experienced significant events in their personal lives. Sylvia Pointe no longer works for the Port Huron police department thus

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The year is 1919. It has been six years since Toby and Mary Sharpe, Sylvia
Pointe, John Gressley, and Bill Boyd worked together to solve a murder and expose an international kidnapping ring. During those six years, each of them experienced significant events in their personal lives. Sylvia Pointe no longer works for the Port Huron police department thus creating a marriage opportunity for herself and John Gressley. Bill Boyd is now in charge of the Port Huron Star (italics) newspaper. Toby and Mary Sharpe are dealing with the emotional stress caused by the death of their youngest child.

As they deal with these changes, their lives are directly affected by the surge in racial violence occurring throughout the U.S. Bill Boyd, Sylvia
Pointe, and Mary Sharpe find themselves threatened by members of the
Whitecaps of America, an organization promoting racial hatred.

Meanwhile, a young black man living in Port Huron, Michigan, is beaten to death. As community anxiety intensifies, Detective John Gressley and
Patrolman Toby Sharpe are given the responsibility of solving the murder before tensions explode into racial conflict.

Fallen Oaks combines an exciting fictional story with rich historical detail. It is the second novel in the Blue Water
Historical Mystery series.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595420506
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
04/04/2007
Pages:
188
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.43(d)

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