Perhaps She'll Die: Chantalene Mystery Series, Book1

Overview

Chantalene Morrell suffers from terrible nightmares from when she was a child...visions of a dark barn in a wind-swept moonlit field. Her mother is inside, screaming; her father is hanging from the rafters for a crime he didn't commit. She hides in the field, watching as four hooded figures emerge, she knows who they are. Returning to her hometown of Tetumka in rural Oklahoma, Chantalene vows to learn the identity of her father's killers. One man claims to have answers for her, but when she finds him slain on the...

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Overview

Chantalene Morrell suffers from terrible nightmares from when she was a child...visions of a dark barn in a wind-swept moonlit field. Her mother is inside, screaming; her father is hanging from the rafters for a crime he didn't commit. She hides in the field, watching as four hooded figures emerge, she knows who they are. Returning to her hometown of Tetumka in rural Oklahoma, Chantalene vows to learn the identity of her father's killers. One man claims to have answers for her, but when she finds him slain on the floor of his butcher shop, Chantalene realizes the dangers she faces in discovering the truth. As Chantalene relentlessly searches for more clues, Tetumka's quiet citizens grow increasingly hostile; her foster parents advise her to let the past lie. With the help of Drew Sandler, a local boy back home from the big city, Chantalene uncovers the dark secrets of both her hometown and her own mind, bringing her closer to the faces behind the shadows that haunt her dreams.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605480442
  • Publisher: Books in Motion
  • Publication date: 6/11/2008
  • Series: Chantalene Mystery
  • Format: MP3
  • Edition description: Unabridged
  • Ships to U.S.and APO/FPO addresses only.

Meet the Author

Marcia K. Preston grew upon a wheat farm in Oklahoma, near a town not too different from the setting of her Chantalene mystery series. From her father she learned the art of storytelling; from her mother, a reverence for books; and from Oklahoma's red earth, a love of wildlife and the outdoors. Preston earned degrees from University of Central Oklahoma, taught in public high schools for more than a decade, and worked for a time as PR and publications director for the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Currently, she edits and publishes ByLine, a small-press trade magazine for writers. Perhaps She'll Die was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark, Macavity and Barry Awarders. Her second novel Song of the Bones won the 2004 Mary Higgins Clark Award. Preston lives with her husband (her childhood sweetheart) beside a creek in central Oklahoma.

Marcia K. Preston grew upon a wheat farm in Oklahoma, near a town not too different from the setting of her Chantalene mystery series. From her father she learned the art of storytelling; from her mother, a reverence for books; and from Oklahoma's red earth, a love of wildlife and the outdoors. Preston earned degrees from University of Central Oklahoma, taught in public high schools for more than a decade, and worked for a time as PR and publications director for the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Currently, she edits and publishes ByLine, a small-press trade magazine for writers. Perhaps She'll Die was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark, Macavity and Barry Awarders. Her second novel Song of the Bones won the 2004 Mary Higgins Clark Award. Preston lives with her husband (her childhood sweetheart) beside a creek in central Oklahoma.

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