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St. Martin's, Jun 2003, 24.95, 304 pp.
In 1972, the brass declared Air Force pilot Roy Harper missing in action when his B-52 plane went down in Nam. His parents and his younger brother Jason prayed that he would be freed during the 1973 Operation Homecoming, but Roy was not one of the fortunate soldiers returned to the Americans. Over the years, Roy's family lived around the hope that one day he would call.
Thirty years lat...
As this fifth Lewis Cole mystery opens, Lewis is attending a funeral service for his friend, Jon Ericson. Lewis recently met Jon Ericson as Jon was walking on the beach below Lewis' seaside home. Jon was looking for Viking coins and other artifacts that would prove his controversial theory that the Vikings arrived in New Hampshire and vicinity long before European explorers and settlers. The two men became good friends.
So it was only natural that Jon...
St. Martin's, Jun 2002, 24.95, 352 pp.
Near his Tyler Beach, New Hampshire home, retired Department of Defense research analyst (at least that is the title of the job description) Lewis Cole finds a murdered corpse in a nearby state park wildlife preserve parking lot. Though curious, the freelance writer has no plans to follow up on the homicide. However, the next day Feds arrive warning Lewis to stay out of their investigation...
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