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Through Dark Spaces
     

Through Dark Spaces

by Karen E. Hall
 

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When Hannah Morrison takes an environmental consulting job at a South Dakota gold mine, she doesn�t expect to have to confront her darkest, most personal fears. In the course of her work, as she discovers secret after secret, Hannah realizes that somebody is poisoning the water in the beautiful Black Hills. Who--and why? Driven to solve the problem and find the people

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When Hannah Morrison takes an environmental consulting job at a South Dakota gold mine, she doesn�t expect to have to confront her darkest, most personal fears. In the course of her work, as she discovers secret after secret, Hannah realizes that somebody is poisoning the water in the beautiful Black Hills. Who--and why? Driven to solve the problem and find the people responsible, Hannah finds herself deep underground, trapped in the darkest of spaces--with a murderer.

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Midwest Book Review - Theodore Feit
Hannah is a fascinating protagonist, and the plot is an interesting one, giving the reader an insight into a world previously little-known to most. There are hints of a return of Ms. Morrison in a subsequent offering from the author, and I will look forward to reading it.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016462042
Publisher:
Karen Hall Books
Publication date:
04/18/2013
Series:
A Hannah Morrison Mystery , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
313
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Karen Hall, an environmental engineer and writer, lives in the Black Hills outside Rapid City, SD, with her husband Jeff Nelsen. Though she earned a Bachelor�s Degree in English, she didn�t find a career that really suited her, so she went back to school for degrees in chemistry and chemical engineering at the South Dakota School of Mines, and spent many years working in Minnesota�s oil industry as an environmental engineer. She left to start her own environmental consulting business�and to devote more time to writing. Her first novel, Unreasonable Risk, published in 2006, is a thriller about sabotage in an oil refinery. Through Dark Spaces is the second in the series. Karen is currently finishing a novel about infertility and working on her third mystery.

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