Bury the Dead in Driftwood: An Oregon Coast Mystery

Bury the Dead in Driftwood: An Oregon Coast Mystery

by Scott William Carter

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Overview

Harriet Abel never shows up for her appointment. Irritating as hell? Sure. It's hard enough to work as a private investigator without potential clients standing you up.

Of course, it's difficult to show up when you're dead.

A revered community figure in the Oregon coast town of Barnacle Bluffs, the teacher extraordinaire never gets a chance to explain why she wants to hire Garrison Gage before her body turns up in a sandy grave. Seldom deterred by the lack of a client, Gage barrels forward intent on discovering the woman's killer. Unfortunately, the professional curmudgeon stirs up a lot more trouble than he expects, putting innocent people in imminent danger.

In the past, Gage always triumphed over whatever dark forces stood in his way, but this time he may have gone too far — and he won't be the only one paying the price.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161304228
Publisher: Flying Raven Press
Publication date: 08/12/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 22,561
File size: 517 KB

About the Author

SCOTT WILLIAM CARTER's first novel, The Last Great Getaway of the Water Balloon Boys, was hailed by Publishers Weekly as a "touching and impressive debut" and won an Oregon Book Award. Since then, he has published many books, including the popular Garrison Gage mystery series set on the Oregon coast, as well as the provocative Myron Vale Investigations, about the private investigator in Portland, Oregon who works for both the living and the dead. In past lives, he has been an academic technologist, a writing instructor, bookstore owner, the manager of a computer training company, and a ski instructor, though the most important job—and best—he's ever had is being the father of his two children. Visit him online at www.ScottWilliamCarter.com.

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hockeygranny 3 months ago
Disappointing! I've eagerly awaited each new release in the Garrison Gage series, but this one was below par. The writing was uneven and the editing was terrible. At times, especially at the beginning of the book, Carter seemed to think he was writing a romance novel, not a mystery. And Gage's reaction to the three women in the book seemed like an adolescent boy who didn't know how to handle his hormones. My advice -- enjoy the first books in the series, but skip this one.