Water Signs

Janet Dawson (Author)
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Description

Oakland, California, is a city shaped by water. The waterfront, home to the ship and rail yards, is also ripe for development. There's lots of money to be made, so greed and crime inevitably follow. PI Jeri Howard looks into the murder of a former coworker who was a security guard at a construction site on the Embarcadero. It was a surprise when Cal Brady's body washed up on the Estuary shoreline. But Jeri is certain Cal's death was no accident, and she's determined to find out who killed him, and why.

Product Details

Price: $15.95
Publisher: Perseverance Press
Published Date: April 07, 2017
Pages: 232
Dimensions: 5.6 X 0.7 X 8.6 inches | 0.7 pounds
ISBN: 9781564745866

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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

Jeri Howard PI is back and she is as savvy, smart and bulldog-determined as ever. I loved following her through the streets and waterfronts of Oakland and cheering her on as she brings to heel some very contemporary criminals. Dawson keeps the pages turning" Margaret Coel, Winter's Child"
"A haunting look at Oakland s past clashing with its future. What I love about Dawson s mystery is the deep connection to old California and the battle to save it... -- Lise McClendon, Blackbird Fly"
"A haunting look at Oakland's past clashing with its future. What I love about Dawson's mystery is the deep connection to old California and the battle to save it..." -- Lise McClendon, Blackbird Fly
-A haunting look at Oakland's past clashing with its future. What I love about Dawson's mystery is the deep connection to old California and the battle to save it...- -- Lise McClendon, Blackbird Fly