Black Drop: A Sage Adair Historical Mystery by S. L. Stoner

Black Drop: A Sage Adair Historical Mystery

byS. L. Stoner

Kobo ebook | October 17, 2015

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Yamhill Press is pleased to announce Black Drop, the fourth book in the award-winning Sage Adair historical mystery series. Written by labor union lawyer and native Oregonian, S. L. Stoner, reviewers have said that the series “combines rousing adventure with accurate back-to-the-past details” to create “a riveting blend of history and mystery. . . so very hard to put down.”

Black Drop continues in this tradition. This fast-paced story is crafted around Theodore Roosevelt’s 1903 visit to Portland, Oregon. The new president has threatened big business and Congress by adopting a progressive program aimed at equalizing wealth and power, reducing abuse of workers, rejecting racial discrimination and preserving the environment. It appears these efforts have triggered an assassination attempt. Against the backdrop of mounting excitement over the impending presidential visit, Sage Adair and his colorful, like-minded friends race to prevent Roosevelt’s murder. And, since life is never simple, Sage also learns of young boys who need rescuing from a horrific fate. As the presidential train and the boys’ doom rush ever closer, every crucial answer remains elusive. Once again, actual historical events lie at the core of this fourth book in the fascinating Sage Adair historical mystery series.

Pre-Publication Praise for Black Drop from American Library Association’s Booklist Magazine:
“Sage Adair is a likeable and realistic anchor for this well-written, smartly plotted historical mystery series that blends real and fictional people and events. The series is still accumulating a loyal fan base, but each novel brings it closer to the wide acclaim it deserves.”

Title:Black Drop: A Sage Adair Historical MysteryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 17, 2015Publisher:S. L. StonerLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0982318499

ISBN - 13:9780982318492

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