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It is 1961 and someone is killing couples in the remote town of Timber, Montana and putting them on display by a millpond. He then notifies inexperienced Sheriff Harvey Hanson by chanting a fractured nursery rhyme. Desperate for help he asks George LaBrandt, the reporter covering the story, and his P. I. friend, Gary Wise, for help. Meanwhile an older man, Kevin Wainwright, is murdered while on his way to ask LaBrandt for help finding his missing son and daughter in law. Are the two cases connected? Will the trio find the murderer before more bodies are found? You will need to read this book to find out.
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About the Author
Gary Peterson resides with his wife of 50 years, and their dog, Aussie. He worked as a supervisor for Child Protective Services for 32 years and is now a substitute teacher for the local school districts. His many years of experience working with troubled families has helped him write true to life mystery stories.