The Towman's Daughters

The Towman's Daughters

by David J. Walker

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BN ID: 2940013327474
Publisher: David J. Walker
Publication date: 09/30/2011
Series: A Wild Onion, Ltd. Mystery , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 215
Sales rank: 1,086,849
File size: 787 KB

About the Author

DAVID J. WALKER is the author of eleven mystery/suspense novels. His latest, called The Towman’s Daughters, is the sixth book in his “Wild Onion, Ltd.” private eye series, featuring the wife/husband team of Kirsten and Dugan. He is also the author of the acclaimed stand-alone novel, Saving Paulo. Walker has been an Edgar® nominee, and has served on the Board of Directors of Mystery Writers of America. He is a full-time writer and lives just north of Chicago.

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The Towman's Daughters 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Elsie_Love More than 1 year ago
Description: Kirsten and Dugan are up to their old tricks. Dugan, being an attorney of somewhat sound mind, manages to land himself in some very hot water on the one night he ventures out without his lovely bride, Kirsten. Not so good, if you're facing a suspension of your law license (which Dugan is) and your bride happens to be an incredibly sharp private investigator (ditto.respectively). After stumbling across what appears to be a kidnapping in process, Dugan is shocked to learn that that the kidnaper is one of the good guys, and the kidnapee? Well, when it comes to Ms. Isobel Cho, the daughter of the infamous, possibly criminal, Juan Cho, only one thing is certain-nothing is as it appears. Looking for a mystery that won't leave you feeling as crusty as the murder victims tucked between the pages? Then it's time you grab a copy of THE TOWMAN'S DAUGHTERS by David J. Walker. The sixth book in Mr. Walker's The Wild Onion LTD mystery series does not disappoint. The story, laced with poignant satire, is designed to keep you sucked in. It had me guessing -and laughing -until the very end. I swallowed it in one huge gulp (which is okay, since books are the one thing that won't go straight to my hips)and immediately began to speculate about what impossible situation Dugan will blunder upon in the next book. Which incidentally, I will be first in line to read. This is a one of the best mysteries I've had the pleasure to read/review. The dialogue is crisp, the characters are real, and the culprit(s) will shock you. 5+ stars!