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Grave Justice
     

Grave Justice

by Glen Albert Ebisch
 

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Amanda Vickers and Marcie Ducasse, editors at Roaming New England Magazine, return in this story to once again investigate the mysteries surrounding supernatural events in New England. Marcie pays a visit to the town of West Windham, Maine, to check out a report about the so-called Monster of Lake Opal, a Loch Ness-type creature that is said to inhabit the dark

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Amanda Vickers and Marcie Ducasse, editors at Roaming New England Magazine, return in this story to once again investigate the mysteries surrounding supernatural events in New England. Marcie pays a visit to the town of West Windham, Maine, to check out a report about the so-called Monster of Lake Opal, a Loch Ness-type creature that is said to inhabit the dark depths of the lake. Amanda joins Marcie to attend a seance at the home of a man trying to contact his late wife's spirit, in hopes of discovering the identity of her killer. The spirit channeled by the medium tells them to look in her coffin to find a clue to the murderer's identity. Shortly after the seance, the mausoleum containing the coffin is broken into and a local boy is attacked and seriously injured in the process. Marcie and Amanda quickly find themselves drawn into the hunt for both a strange sea creature and a murderer who appears willing to kill again in order to prevent this grave justice.

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In Ebisch's second mystery to feature Roaming New England Magazinereporters Amanda Vickers and Marcie Ducasse (after The Crying Girl), the two women are in West Windham, ME, investigating a sighting of the Lake Opal Monster. Then, they attend a séance arranged by a wealthy businessman wanting to find out who killed his wife, and the medium announces that the identity of the murderer lies with his widow in her coffin. Ebisch keeps both plots on track in this fine mystery that will capture most readers' imaginations.


—Jo Ann Vicarel

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780803498884
Publisher:
Bouregy, Thomas & Company, Inc.
Publication date:
04/28/2008
Pages:
266
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 7.70(h) x 1.20(d)

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Meet the Author

Glen Ebisch lives with his wife in western Massachusetts. His interests include reading mysteries and New England folktales of the supernatural. Grave Justice is Glen's sixth novel for AVALON. Three previous mysteries, The Crying Girl, A Rocky Road, and Unwanted Inheritance, and two romances, To Breathe Again and Woven Hearts are also available.

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