Deadly Tides: A Misty Pines Mystery

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Price
$16.95  $15.76
Publisher
Level Best Books
Publish Date
Pages
302
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.68 inches | 0.98 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781685122799

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About the Author
Mary Keliikoa is the author of the Shamus finalist and multi-award nominated PI Kelly Pruett mystery series, and the Misty Pines mystery series featuring former Portland homicide detective turned small-town sheriff. Her short stories have appeared in Woman's World and in the anthology Peace, Love and Crime.A Pacific NW native, she spent years working around lawyers and admits to being that person who gets excited when called for jury duty. When not in Washington, you can find Mary on the beach in Hawaii. But even under the palm trees and blazing sun, she's plotting her next murder-novel that is.
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"In Mary Keliikoa's Deadly Tides, a small seaside town can be murder. A perfect blend of a twisty whodunnit and a heartbreaking examination of loss and love, Deadly Tides is a thrilling continuation of this new series!" - Rachel Howzell Hall, best-selling novelist of We Lie Here and These Toxic Things


"Fantastic! A severed foot, a pool of blood, a missing man, and an expanding web of suspects in the small Oregon town of Misty Pines. Sheriff Jax Turner sure has his hands full. Mary Keliikoa's "Deadly Tides" is as taut as a drum, a real page-turner with a propulsive climax that'll have you literally holding your breath. Loved it." - Tracy Clark, author of the Cass Raines Chicago Mystery series and the Det. Harriet Foster series\


"In this atmospheric second entry in her Misty Pines series, Mary Keliikoa has crafted a taut, small-town police procedural with a fine cast of compelling characters. Deadly Tides is a marvelously labyrinthine mystery that lays bare the tortured nature of a spirit driven to murder. That alone would be enough to recommend it. But it's also a poignant exploration of loss and the difficult journey that leads to healing. In the crime genre, that's a rare and beautiful accomplishment." - William Kent Krueger, author of Fox Creek and This Tender Land