Buffalo Bill's Defunct by Sheila Simonson
A Latouche County Mystery

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Sheriff's investigator Rob Neill made a mess of his first case, the theft of sacred artifacts belonging to the Klalo, a Native American tribe from the western end of the Columbia River Gorge. Ten years later, a stolen petroglyph emerges-along with a body buried in a garage. Neill sees a chance to redeem himself, with the help of his new neighbor, librarian Meg McLean. Her information-retrieval skills work together with the police investigation-but the partnership threatens to turn unprofessionally romantic. Meanwhile, two more people are murdered, and the Klalos' feisty chief, Madeline Thomas, has her own agenda that seems to hinder as much as help. Can a kind of justice finally come to Latouche County?
 

About Sheila Simonson

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Sheila Simonson, a lifelong Pacific Northwest resident, taught college English and history before becoming a writer of historical fiction and then a successful mystery writer with the five-book Lark Dodge series (Larkspur, Skylark,Mudlark,Meadowlark, Malarky, etc., published 1990-1997 by St. Martin's Press and then in paperback by Worldwide). She lives with her husband in Vancouver, Washington.
 
Published September 11, 2013 by Perseverance Press. 275 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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