Black Hearts and Slow Dancing

Black Hearts and Slow Dancing

by Earl Emerson
Black Hearts and Slow Dancing

Black Hearts and Slow Dancing

by Earl Emerson



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Unwillingly substituting for the sheriff of Staircase, a town in Washington, Mac Fontana decides the job is more attractive when alluring April Smith asks him to locate her missing lover, Steve Zajac. The search ends with Fontana finding Zajac's corpse and losing April, whom he traces to Seattle where the dead man had been a fire fighter. It's easy to get a lead on April, whose real name is Sumner, but hard and dangerous to investigate powerful citizens who have hired guns ready to kill anyone threatening their profits from arson and other crimes. As Fontana closes in on the suspects, he and April fall into the hands of a vicious couple, creating a crisis stunningly handled by an expert storyteller. A gripping mix of tensions and humor, the novel is enhanced by background material gleaned from Emerson's experiences as a lieutenant with the Seattle Fire Department.
from Publisher's Weekly

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015623949
Publisher: Earl Emerson
Publication date: 09/26/2012
Series: The Mac Fontana mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 646 KB

About the Author

The author of twenty-three novels, Earl Emerson worked as a Seattle firefighter for thirty-two years. His novels have been nominated for the Shamus award six times, as well as for the Edgar, the Anthony and many other awards. Poverty Bay won best Private Eye novel of the year. Black Hearts and Slow Dancing was listed as one of the ten best suspense/mystery novels of the year by The New York Times.
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