Written by Florence W. Clowes and Lois J. Blackburn
Amateur sleuth Bashia Gordon, a semi-retired interior decorator, and Trooper Mark Jankowski team up again to investigate when bodies start popping up in Woodstock, in the Quiet Corner of Connecticut. They discover that some secrets are best kept forever, some surface despite all efforts to hide them, still others are destined to be shared with someone. Bashia and Mark share more than their Polish heritage, traveling to sunny Jamaica to explore old haunts and new relationships; the second book in the Bahia Gordon series.
FLORENCE WASZKELEWICZ CLOWES lived in Danielson, in the quiet corner of Connecticut, most of her life. She served in the Peace Corps in Jamaica in 1993 before settling in Florida. She is Associate Editor and book review for The Polish-American Journal.
LOIS J. BLACKBURN moved to South Florida more than twenty years ago from East Lansing, Michigan where she had been a UPI reporter. A graduate of Wayne State University, she has written for a number of consumer magazines, newspapers and trade publications. She is the author of Florida Food Fare (& Food for Thought), and she ghost-wrote a political treatise.Publishing House: Infinity Publishing, West Conshohocken 2007
SoftCover book measuring 5.4" x 8.3"
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