Murder by the Homeplace

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About the author:
William Leverne Smith was born and raised on a Mid-western farm. A passion for genealogy studies and family history provides background for his writing. He and his wife live in a cabin in the Missouri Ozarks.

Murder by the Homeplace

Authored by William Leverne Smith

A police radio scanner call of '419' - "dead human body" - on a bucolic fall afternoon in the south-central Missouri Ozarks small town of Oak Springs sends a part-time local newspaper reporter, Penny Nixon, on the adventure of her life-time. Warned by her editor to only look for 'human-interest angles' to the story, her actions bring her perilously close to interviewing the knife-wielding perpetrator of a bizarre murder. The victim is a recently disgraced young attorney who only weeks earlier was involved in a domestic violence incident with his 'banker's daughter' bride in this quiet small town.

Publication Date:
1469926652 / 9781469926650
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Sagas

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