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Murder at Swan Cove

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Chincoteague is a quiet island town off the coast of Virginia. This all changes one October afternoon when a family on their way to the beach notices one of the wild ponies covered in blood. A few days later, the body of a young woman is found along the marsh badly mutilated. What the coroner finds when he runs her DNA breaks the quiet of the town and brings a nation to ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published June 20th 2013 by Createspace
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jamie whitney
Mar 06, 2014 jamie whitney rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Written in first person

This is the first time I have read a book written in first person; stranger still it's a male character and the author is a female. The book is very well written and teaches multiple American history lessons while unraveling the murderous details of the storyline. It's worth the read.
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I grew up between Chincoteague, Virginia and Monkton, Maryland. I had a lighthouse as my night light and spent most mornings sitting on the dock watching the wild ponies graze on Assateague. It was a charmed existence for a child. I was taught to explore and love learning. Science, history, anthropology and sociology play a big part in my life and comes out in my writing. Education feeds the soul. ...more
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