Vineyard Prey (Martha's Vineyard Mystery #16)
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Vineyard Prey (Martha's Vineyard Mystery #16)

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Thanksgiving has come and gone, and hunting season is in full swing on the Vineyard. J. W. Jackson -- retired cop, dedicated fisherman, and passionate cook -- is more or less holed up with his wife, Zee, and their two spunky kids for the winter. At least dear old dad has finally agreed to get a computer to keep them connected to the outside world! Otherwise, their cozy Vin...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published June 7th 2005 by Scribner (first published May 24th 2005)
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Shrimpo
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Steve
book on tape.
I read it years ago.
Even though I knew the beginning, I thoroughly enjoyed the reading/performed by Tom Stechschulte.
Terrific characters. Terrific voice!!!
Audio File wrote of Tom:
"Narrator Profile Tom Stechschulte
A recent reviewer said, "One difference between simply listening and having a listening experience is Tom Stechschulte." Tom seems to inhabit his characters and shares the full power of each with listeners. " Back to me: I heartily recommend listening to any book read by h...more
Lee
Fun read set in Martha's Vineyard ... Good mystery, good story. 4 stars.
Carol
Another J. S. Jackson story. I love how he loves and cares for his family and their great interaction. And yet he is a determined investigator, not put off by anything even being shot at and beaten up.
Rachel
J.W. Jackson helps his buddy Joe Begay out and becomes involved in a case involving intelligence agencies and possible terrorists. An easy read though the killer was a bit predictible.
Nike Chillemi
A fun read. Great beach read, especially if you're on Martha's Vineyard. A little unbelieveable in places. Who is responsible for the muders comes as a surprise.
Kirsten
This installment in the series didn't really ring true. I'm afraid the characters have run their course for me.
Barbara
Turns out this is an unintentional reread. But these are pleasant books, and I like the characters, so that's OK.
Janet
This story was very intense. I was on the edge the whole time. Another fine story from Philip Craig.
Liz
This Vineyard mystery was a lot of fun and I will probably read more in the series.
Sbugsy
I enjoy these stories but they definitely do not match up with Patterson or Baldacci.
Kathie
More action and a little more background into Joe Begay and his secret life.
Thomas Nevins
quick interesting read, as are all of craigs....fun mystery book
Sharon
I enjoy all the Vineyard mystery Series
Pam Quinn
annual summer fix...good read.
Mary Jane
Spring Break continued
Lucy Woods
good mystery!
Vickie
Good series.
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Author Philip R. Craig passed away on May 8, 2007 after a brief battle with cancer.

Phil left three completed novels, which have now all been published posthumously. Vineyard Stalker, came out in June of 2007 just after Phil's death. Third Strike, co-written with Bill Tapply, came out in November of 2007. The final J.W. Jackson mystery, Vineyard Chill, is on the shelves now. Another J.W. book is p...more
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