The Power of Rain: A Digger Doyle Mystery

The Power of Rain: A Digger Doyle Mystery

by Rosalie Rayburn
The Power of Rain: A Digger Doyle Mystery

The Power of Rain: A Digger Doyle Mystery

by Rosalie Rayburn

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Overview

Elizabeth "Digger" Doyle is a tough young lesbian reporter with a nose for political intrigue in Las Vistas, New Mexico, a town where developers call the shots and politicians turn a blind eye. Land speculator Johnny Raposa wants a road built to his luxury clifftop subdivision. Artist/activist Maria Ortiz is fighting to stop the road and save a historic Spanish chapel. Maria begs Digger, the reporter, to expose Raposa's shady past. Digger's investigation is complicated by her powerful attraction to Maria.

Digger follows tips from a mysterious source, learning Raposa has dark secrets, a scam that bilked millions from taxpayers. As Digger and Maria navigate a tightrope relationship, colleagues warn Digger she's risking her career by getting involved with a story source. But the paper is in financial trouble. Can Digger get the story without losing Maria? Can she expose Raposa and stop the road before bulldozers destroy the chapel? Will her story appear before the paper closes?


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780578296371
Publisher: Rosalie Rayburn
Publication date: 06/01/2022
Series: Digger Doyle Mysteries
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

Rosalie Rayburn is a journalist who started her newspaper career while still a student in Ireland where she freelanced for the Irish Times and Irish Independent. Like "Digger" Doyle, her protagonist in "The Power of Rain" she is drawn to uncovering the secrets politicians want to hide from the public. Local politics are rich territory for double-dealing and scams that keep a reporter busy. Rayburn spent 18 years as a staff writer for the Albuquerque Journal; during which she covered business, local government, energy and telecommunications. Now retired, Rayburn divides her time between the US and Portugal where she contributes to the lifestyle magazine "Portugal Living" and writes a blog about relocating to and living in Portugal
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