She Said

She Said "A Landfill Where?!"

by Mary Kohnke
     
 

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Dr. Paul, a New York University professor, retires to her home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Valley, near Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Her community association is attempting to keep the developers of a large golf community from locating a sewage plant near their homes. Dr. Paul threatens to lead the community to picket on national television at the Tournament…  See more details below

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Dr. Paul, a New York University professor, retires to her home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Valley, near Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. Her community association is attempting to keep the developers of a large golf community from locating a sewage plant near their homes. Dr. Paul threatens to lead the community to picket on national television at the Tournament Players Championship.
The developer’s lawyer, attempting to stop this action, threatens her. Later the dead body of her maid is found in the waterway, tied to her dock. Was the murder a case of mistaken identity, a warning, or something else?
The plot revolves around the investigation of the death of the maid, drug runners, and a chase in the Intracoastal marshes. There is a bit on the history of the area of Ponte Vedra, a glimpse of St. Augustine and St. Johns County, Florida, as well as fishing on the Intracoastal Waterway.
Dr. Paul is an independent woman of means. She does not go looking for trouble but finds it difficult to back down when it appears on her doorstep.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012762030
Publisher:
New Dimensions Projects
Publication date:
06/25/2011
Series:
Dr. Mary Paul in Florida Mysteries , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
269
File size:
449 KB

Meet the Author

Mary F. Kohnke, while a professor at New York University, spent a good part of each year at her home on the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Valley, Florida. The love of the waterway lured her into early retirement. She began a new lifestyle, becoming active in her community when she wasn’t fishing, working in her large yard and tending her German Shepherds, until she was elected as a County Commissioner.
She is an advocate of the environment and has worked to preserve the wetlands, birds, animals and trees. She fears the rapid growth in Florida will leave little of its charm for future generations. After her term in office, she again retired to her fishing, increased her golfing and began sharing her love of Florida and its inhabitants, even the two-legged ones, in these fictional stories.

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