Tempest at the Helm

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When Chief of Detectives Shiloh Tempest is temporarily put in charge of the Knox County Sheriff's Department, he is given a single, facetious instruction: Don't arrest the mayor.

And then the mayor's wife is shot to death in their home, with the mayor's own gun. A dedicated cop but never a game-player, Tempest is forced to juggle politics, police procedure, the press, and a killer gunning for him as he pursues the tricky investigation.

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Overview

When Chief of Detectives Shiloh Tempest is temporarily put in charge of the Knox County Sheriff's Department, he is given a single, facetious instruction: Don't arrest the mayor.

And then the mayor's wife is shot to death in their home, with the mayor's own gun. A dedicated cop but never a game-player, Tempest is forced to juggle politics, police procedure, the press, and a killer gunning for him as he pursues the tricky investigation.

Award-winning author and former Knox County Deputy David Hunter takes readers inside the life and mind of Chief Shiloh Tempest in this suspenseful second novel in the Shiloh Tempest series.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780984010974
  • Publisher: Oconee Spirit Press LLC
  • Publication date: 9/19/2013
  • Pages: 174
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

David Hunter is a decorated former police officer, a 23-year editorial columnist
for the Knoxville News-Sentinel, author of 18 books—novels, memoirs, and true crime. His awards include the Knoxville Writers' Guild 2008 Career Achievement Award. He was nominated for an Edgar for his first mystery novel, The Jigsaw Man, the Appalachian Writers Best Book Award for The Archangel Caper, and was named a member of The Writers Hall of Fame by the East Tennessee Friends of the Library.

His work has appeared in Mad, Reader's Digest, and elsewhere. His latest novel is Tempest at the Helm, a police procedural set in Knoxville, where he lives with his wife,, his son, , his German shepherd, and three cockatiels.
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