SIREN: A Norelle Phillips Mystery by Margaret Buckhanon

SIREN: A Norelle Phillips Mystery

byMargaret Buckhanon

Kobo ebook | December 27, 2000

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Detective Norelle Phillips is the first African-American woman to serve on the police force in Nyack, New York, a small upstate village. A twenty-year veteran, she postpones retirement to investigate the murder of a young man found dead in the town park.

Detective Phillips and her partner, Detective Henry Stark, dig into what she assumes is her last homicide. At first it appears to be an isolated case, but a month later a second stabbing victim is found. She links the murders together when a third man is also found stabbed to death in the park. All three young men had been in the company of an exotic, long-haired beauty just hours before their deaths. The investigation takes a twist when evidence reveals an unsolved crime committed twenty-five years earlier may be connected to the murders.

Her resolve to find the killers or killers leads her to a long list of suspects: an elusive drug dealer, an ex-con, an unwed addict runaway, a wealthy tycoon with powerful political ties to village government, and a judge with a deadly secret.

Norelles unique combination of spunk and intuition come through in the end. Her determination is fueled by her anger and surprise at the heinous crime committed in her tranquil village of Nyack, a small town north of New York City that relies on tourism for its revenue. The town is unique with its combination of old-world charm and big-city attitudes.

Title:SIREN: A Norelle Phillips MysteryFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 27, 2000Publisher:Xlibris USLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1469121484

ISBN - 13:9781469121482

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