The Inn Keeper: An Unregistered Death [NOOK Book]

Overview

A runaway slave and a society girl lay entombed in an Oak Park cellar.

Renovations turn gruesome when skeletal remains are uncovered in the basement of an old boardinghouse.
Forensics add a twist; the remains were entombed eighty years apart!
Separated by age, gender, and social status the mystery of ...
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The Inn Keeper: An Unregistered Death

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Overview

A runaway slave and a society girl lay entombed in an Oak Park cellar.

Renovations turn gruesome when skeletal remains are uncovered in the basement of an old boardinghouse.
Forensics add a twist; the remains were entombed eighty years apart!
Separated by age, gender, and social status the mystery of their identifies and their deaths is overshadowed by the unlikelihood of their final resting place.

Grace is drawn into the bizarre discovery when early police reports cast suspicion on her friends. That crisis contained she hopes to curtail further involvement. And does, until she sees the specter of the runaway slave. He waits outside the building that has hidden his remains for eighty years. He looks to Grace for justice and compassion.

Could she deny him in death wheat he fought to gain in life?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013409323
  • Publisher: Buehler Books
  • Publication date: 9/21/2011
  • Series: Grace Marsden Mystery , #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 286
  • Sales rank: 699,146
  • File size: 819 KB

Meet the Author

A native of the Chicago area and owner of her own staffing services corporation, Luisa Buehler attended Rosary College during the seventies and graduated with a B.A. in English. Even then, the stories of spirits, sightings, and the supernatural intrigued her. Since then she has spent time 'giving back' to her community by volunteering as a docent at Brookfield Zoo and as a trained leader in the Boy Scouts of America. With her debut novel, she has realized a dream put on hold while raising her son and running her company. Luisa lives in Lisle, Illinois with her husband, Gerry, their son, Christopher, and the family cat, Martin Marmalade. In her free time, Luisa loves to garden and wishes she could play golf better.
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