McGowan's Return

McGowan's Return

by Rob Smith

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Overview

The suspense of McGowan's Return derives from the convergence of three sets of characters and events. The pace of the story quickens when a Lakewood Detective realizes a connection between the murders of three women, a fact that had remained elusive because the killings were separated by years. The result, however, is always the same. In each case, a woman has been strangled, and left in Edgewater Park.
Darnell Wilson, a Lakewood detective, recognizes the pattern and poses the possibility that a single person may be responsible for all three murders. If he is right, a Lakewood resident will soon be found dead in the trunk of her car just inside the Cleveland city limits. His supervisor, Boyd Wakeman, believes that Wilson is correct, but the department’s budget is to investigate crimes, not to anticipate them. At the same time, they cannot help but suspect that on September 10th the Cleveland police will be in position to catch a killer and solve some open cases. Of course, the cost of this solution is the death of another woman.
Davis McGowan has come out of retirement to serve a downtown church. This temporary assignment means that he will be commuting from Huron, Ohio to Cleveland’s Public Square. Little does he know that he will cross paths with a serial killer.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013971912
Publisher: Drinian Press
Publication date: 02/24/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 264
File size: 611 KB

About the Author

Ohio native, Rob Smith grew up in North Olmsted. He currently lives and writes on Ohio's north coast. He enjoys sailing, and when not working on his novels, he is refurbishing an 1850’s house which was built by a ship’s carpenter turned lighthouse keeper. In addition to his prose, he is also known for his poetry. In 2006 he won the Robert Frost Poetry Award from the Frost Foundation in Lawrence, MA. He holds his undergraduate degree from Westminster College in Pennsylvania and master and doctoral degrees from Princeton Theological Seminary.

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