Death Deals a Hand: A California Zephyr Mystery

Janet Dawson (Author)
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Description

It's April 1953, and Zephyrette Jill McLeod is back on the rails, aboard the fabled train called the California Zephyr. Heading west from Chicago to the San Francisco Bay Area, Jill looks forward to reuniting with family members and the new man in her life. She s learned to expect and deal with just about anything on the train, from troublesome passengers to long-lost relatives to high-stakes poker games. But the stakes just got even higher: Death has a seat at the table."

Product Details

Price: $15.95
Publisher: Perseverance Press
Published Date: April 07, 2016
Pages: 232
Dimensions: 5.4 X 0.6 X 8.4 inches | 0.65 pounds
ISBN: 9781564745699

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About the Author

Janet Dawson is the author of twelve novels about PI Jeri Howard. Kindred Crimes won the St. Martina (TM)s Press/PWA best first PI novel contest, also earning Shamus, Macavity, and Anthony nominations. Another in the series, Bit Player, was shortlisted for a Golden Nugget Award. Dawsona (TM)s short stories include a Shamus nominee and a Macavity winner, and other novels include her California Zephyr series. She is past president of the Northern California chapter of Mystery Writers of America, and lives in the East Bay region.

Reviews

"As entertaining a ride as the California Zephyr. Janet Dawson expertly mixes railroad history, a fine traditional murder, and a 1950s heroine in Zephyrette Jill Dawson." Sarah Smith, Agatha winner and author of Chasing Shakespeares"
"Dawson expertly mixes railroad history, a fine traditional murder, and a 1950s heroine in Zephyrette Jill Dawson." -- Sarah Smith, Agatha winner, Chasing Shakespeares
All aboard for a thrilling ride on the historic California Zephyr! In Dawson s capable hands you aren t reading history, you're living it. With the added pleasure of a murder mystery a la Dame Agatha, this is a wonderful read. -- Terry Shames, A Deadly Affair at Bobtail Ridge"