Studies of a Provincial Murder
Lena Jennings is a lackadaisical layabout who has met many strange men in the drinking holes of the small northern town where she lives and works. But a young man who tells her a story about an unsolved murder from the town's past and who then goes missing is the strangest of them all.
This disappearance leads her through a catalogue of fables and theories, all of which suggest that, uncannily, the murder is re-occurring with surrogate victims.
The history of disappearances begs a single question of Lena: can the murder ever be solved?
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About the Author
Robert S. Stewart, PhD, is a retired U.S. Army officer and an associate professor of biology and the director of the Biotechnology Division at Stephen F. Austin State University.