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Death at the Door
Ann Ranson hates golf and when her drive leaves a man sprawled on the next green, it's clear the feeling is mutual. But then she realizes the man is dead and her golf ball hasn't killed him - he's been stabbed! Sheriff Lark Swenson and State Detective Lacey Smith investigate the murder, with no shortage of suspects. The victim was thwarting developent interests in the incr ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published September 2003 by Minotaur Books
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Great book! Kept me guessing until the very end. The author has a great gift for imagery and has the reader walking right alongside of the characters; smelling, sensing, experiencing the same things that they did. The character development was awesome and real -- we know people like them! The story revolves around a collection of priceless antiques and sent me to the internet to look up the pieces more than once. The book made me wonder if, behind the walls of those gorgeous homes we drive by, j ...more
Sheriff Lark Swenson thinks he's vacationing in Door County, but when his friend Ann Ranson finds a body on the golf course, he's drawn into that investigation, and also into the numerous break-ins that resulted in the loss of valuable antiques. His old friend Joel, now working for the state police, and Joel's partner, the beautiful Lacey Smith, are working on the case, and Lark is again trying to fight his attraction to Lacey. Written with a real love of the Wisconsin countryside.