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Not Our Kind Of Killing
     

Not Our Kind Of Killing

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by Joseph L.S. Terrell
 

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Crime writer Harrison Weaver doesn't believe in coincidences--only messages that may not be decipherable at first. That's his feeling when, as he prepares to go kayaking at Buffalo City near the Outer Banks, he discovers the body of a nude young female, hogtied and very dead. The stark scene is especially eerie to him because a month earlier he had been assigned to

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Crime writer Harrison Weaver doesn't believe in coincidences--only messages that may not be decipherable at first. That's his feeling when, as he prepares to go kayaking at Buffalo City near the Outer Banks, he discovers the body of a nude young female, hogtied and very dead. The stark scene is especially eerie to him because a month earlier he had been assigned to write about the murder of another young woman who was found nude and hogtied in the back seat of her car in the mountains of North Carolina--four hundred miles away from Weaver's home at the coastal Outer Banks area. As Weaver and his SBI Agent friend attempt to track down the killer or killers, it becomes chillingly clear to Weaver that a young woman close to him could be the next victim . . . and it's a race against time to try to save her. A Harrison Weaver Mystery (Book 3)

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016772295
Publisher:
Bella Rosa Books
Publication date:
07/01/2013
Series:
A Harrison Weaver Mystery , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
831,443
File size:
4 MB

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Not Our Kind Of Killing 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
OceanAngel More than 1 year ago
Not our Kind of Killing - perfect title for this book! True crime writer Harrison Weaver is back on the Outer Banks of North Carolina involved in another murder.  I love the series and Terrell does an excellent job of letting the reader feel like they are on the Outer Banks (OBX)