Dear Crossing by Marjorie E. Doering
The Ray Schiller Series (Volume 1)

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A peaceful, lakeside summer home... A gruesome murder... Valerie Davis, wife of Paul Davis, a prominent Minneapolis executive, is dead. Very dead.

Personal demons in tow, Ray Schiller of the Widmer P.D. follows the evidence to the Twin Cities, joining forces with Minneapolis homicide detective Dick Waverly. They discover many are suspect, few are innocent. The widower has good reason to keep his personal life private, and he isn't the only one--not by a long shot.

"Sweet nothings" become weapons in a war of words as intimates turn on one another. The case is turned on its head as ambition, love and hate result in lethal consequences.

When an unthinkable incident makes Ray the subject of an Internal Affairs investigation in the midst of the case, his personal and professional life are in the balance. He soon learns the devil is in the details, and the details aren't what anyone expected.

About Marjorie E. Doering

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Marjorie Swift Doering enjoys writing in various genres. Currently, her focus is on the upcoming completion of the third in her series of "Ray Schiller" murder mysteries. In 2005, her first one-act play, Flight 419, was produced and performed by Darknight Theatrical Productions in Chicago, Illinois. Omega Publications, in 2009, published a number of her short stories in an anthology titled Mosaic, A Collection of Short Stories. In 2010, another of her short stories was published in Red Cedar, The University of Wisconsin Barron County's journal of arts and literature.Marjorie and her husband Denny live in beautiful northwestern Wisconsin with their Springer spaniel and three crazy but lovable cats.
Published January 12, 2014 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 286 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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