Icewater Mansions by Doug Allyn

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Michelle Mitchell, a tough deep-sea diver and single mom, finds her underwater skills necessary when she returns home to northern Michigan near Lake Huron and starts investigating her father's mysterious death. By the author of Motown Underground.

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Doug Allyn, 1942 - Doug Allyn was born in 1942 in Bay City, Michigan. He attended Alpena Community College from 1961 to 1962, as well as the University of Michigan from 1972 to 1974. He joined a rock band in 1975 called the Devil's Triangle where he was a musician, singer and songwriter. Allyn's work has appeared in "Once Upon a Crime," "Cat Crimes Through Time" and volumes three and four of "The Year's 25 Finest Crime and Mystery Stories." His tales of "Tallifer," the wandering minstrel, have appeared in "Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine" and "Murder Most Scottish." A "Tallifer" story entitled "The Dancing Bear," won the Edgar award for short fiction in 1995. Allyn has also written the "All Creatures Dark and Small" series which features a crime fighting veterinarian.
Published March 1, 1995 by St Martins Pr. 247 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Back in northern Michigan to run Shannon Mitchell's bar and wind up his affairs, she doesn't believe for a minute that his death (drinking, car crash, hypothermia) was a simple accident, and her aggressive poking around soon turns up a hopeful mistress, an illegal salvage deal with some shady cus...

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Allyn (Motown Underground) plumbs the deep secrets of a small town on Michigan's upper peninsula in this action-packed tale of shipwreck salvages, murder and an intricate struggle between families.

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