Dig by Walter Rice

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A man can't stop digging holes in the ground and doesn't know why—until at last he comes face to face with deadly secrets. Jim Lassiter is an intelligent guy who makes his living writing software, but he becomes obsessed with digging, and he just keeps on digging It's insane. Or maybe not. Something traumatic happened to him nine years earlier. He can't remember what. So he keeps digging until he finds the truth. Then he's in real trouble. He could use some help. Grab a shovel

About Walter Rice

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Walter Rice is the author of SMARTY HAVARTI, a mystery novel set in Denmark. He is also a former newspaper editor and reporter in the Pacific Northwest, working most recently as a systems editor at the late Seattle Post-Intelligencer. He lives near Seattle with his wife and numerous dogs and cats. Writing as Linda Walters, he and his wife have co-authored two published novels of romantic suspense, Dragon's Eye, set in Wales, and Dead Reckoning, set in the Yukon. He also paints, often digitally, and plays the piano and writes music.
Published October 2, 2011 by Drum Roll. 118 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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