A Venture into Murder: LARGE PRINT

A Venture into Murder: LARGE PRINT

by Henry Kisor

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Overview

LARGE PRINT VERSION. Henry Kisor's second mystery featuring Deputy Steve Martinez, A VENTURE INTO MURDER, returns to Porcupine County, where gossip never can be stifled for long. But one secret has been kept quiet for years . . . and those who try to uncover it sometimes wind up dead.
Steve had fallen in love with the place after running away from a secret of his own, and had made peace with his past. But the body of a mob hit man is discovered and one of Steve's fellow deputies falls over the long-buried corpse of a man last seen a century before. The two deaths are seemingly unrelated.
As Steve probes deeper, he's confronted with problems that could jeopardize everything: his career and his relationship with a widow who has secrets of her own.
Steve is willing to do whatever it takes to keep the peace, but he may find that even in the quietest of towns some things are better left buried.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781511597029
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/09/2015
Series: Steve Martinez Mysteries , #2
Edition description: Large Print
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.94(d)

About the Author

Henry Kisor is the author of five Steve Martinez mysteries, Season's Revenge, A Venture into Murder, Cache of Corpses, Hang Fire, and Tracking the Beast. A sixth, The Riddle of Billy Gibbs, is forthcoming.
He and his wife Debby spend half the year in Evanston, Illinois, and the other half in a log cabin on the shore of Lake Superior in Ontonagon County, Michigan, the prototype of Porcupine County.
He is also the author of three nonfiction books, What's That Pig Outdoors: A Memoir of Deafness; Zephyr: Tracking a Dream Across America, and Flight of the Gin Fizz: Midlife at 4,500 Feet.
He retired in 2006 after forty-one years as an editor and critic for the old Chicago Daily News and the Chicago Sun-Times. In 1981 he was a nominated finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in criticism.

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