An Isolated Incident by Susan R. Sloan

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A riveting novel of rare emotional intensity by the author of "Guilt by Association". After a 15-year-old girl is savagely murdered in the tranquil community of Seward Island, Washington, a recent transplant to the area becomes a suspect. Soon the ugly prejudices that are simmering under the surface threaten to turn one unsolved murder into an even more senseless tragedy Radio & print ads. 4-city author tour. Print publicity .

About Susan R. Sloan

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Sloan is a former attorney and bestselling author.
Published February 1, 1998 by Warner Books. 455 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Romance. Fiction

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Then, one of Frankel's students informs Earley that he saw his teacher's car near the scene of Tara's murder, and another asserts that she once saw Frankel put his arms around the girl.

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and the local authorities--police chief Ruben Martinez, who's made his way to the island from the Los Angeles barrio, and bright, tomboyish detective Ginger Earley--have no leads.

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