The preliminary landscaping for a townhouse development digs up years of secrets. Secrets that more than one person would go away. The more the digging crew goes, the more bodies start appearing.
After six young girls are recovered in Chisago Marsh, in various states of decomposition, Lake County Sheriff, Ray Dunning, calls in for more help. His friends from their,
"Eye of the Owl," Las Vegas detective agency, fly in for what they think will be a routine murder case, but ends up nothing what they expected.
With only two of the agency's associates remaining at the office a new client offers them a percentage if lost cash can be retrieved. Along with the acceptance comes the
task of vetting a treasure map and it's owners, organizing a scuba dive team to search, and monitoring an adventure under Lake Mead and beyond.
Both cases that the agency are involved in present unique challenges. The resolution for each are not as imagined, but justice is delivered.
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About the Author
Born in Austin, Minnesota. I am retired and enjoy exploring the mountains of Colorado after moving here 5 years ago. My hobbies are golf, fly fishing, pheasant hunting, skiing and reading. My wife and I had lived in Las Vegas, Nv. for twenty-five years, and recently relocated to Denver to be closer to our son and his family. I enjoy telling a story, and I hope people get some enjoyment from my books. Visit danallex-com1.webs.com/ for more information about the upcoming mysteries and the author. Books in print are available now at danallex-com1.webs.com where you can order direct for less. Take a look at Chisago Creek, my latest book. It is a Minnesota mystery that is a page-turner. If you visit to Austin, stop in and browse at Sweet Reads, my favorite bookstore.