Things Strangled

A Christopher Snow and Erin McCoy Mystery

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Pub Date 2 Sep 2019 | Archive Date 13 Sep 2019
Sunbury Press, Inc., Milford House Press

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Carlisle Crime Cases #5,

A Christopher Snow and Erin McCoy Mystery

Dispatched to a possible kidnapping site, Carlisle Homicide Detective Erin McCoy, her K-9 Officer Shadow, and other K-9 units are beating the bushes behind the warehouse where the star of the Frank W. Woolworth documentary film crew was last seen. The dogs soon locate a body dressed in period costume lashed and nailed to a tree. Extracting the nail, Mac sees fresh blood. Quickly, the men free him and laid him down. Shadow jumps on his chest. The mystery begins when he opens his eyes.

Tension mounts as the detectives dig into the murky business of murder—into the depths of the actors, cast, crew, and childhood of the suspects until they reveal the evil hearts of the killers.

Carlisle Crime Cases #5,

A Christopher Snow and Erin McCoy Mystery

Dispatched to a possible kidnapping site, Carlisle Homicide Detective Erin McCoy, her K-9 Officer Shadow, and other K-9 units are...


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J M West has provided her readers with another exciting Carlisle Crime Case. Carlisle's first rate homicide detectives Christopher Snow and Erin "Mac" McCoy encounter a strange and complicated scenario linked to a documentary being filmed in Carlisle. This documentary is about Frank W. Woolworth and his establishment of a uniquely original concept: a 5 + 10 cent store which would offer a multitude of wares to the public at a cost of just 5cents each. The detectives are summoned to the filming site when the lead actor suddenly goes missing. When the actor is found nailed to a tree, crucifixion style, everyone is suspect, the director, the cast, the crew, the extras and even the workmen. The story escalates with many twists and turns leading both the detectives and the readers on a complicated and electrifying chase. I enjoyed all the references to the local landmarks mentioned throughout the book since I am a resident of Carlisle and can identify with those places. It makes the story so much more personal.

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LOVE LOVE LOVE this book! It was about an era during my childhood that I can fully related to and the depicted area is near my hometown. Very well written, lots of historical facts I didn't even know about, which kept me turning pages from the first to the very last. Thank you!

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