Requiem for a Small Town Dance Band by Thom Whalen

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In 1956, tongues are wagging in Edenport, a small logging town in the Pacific Northwest, because the notorious Honey B has divorced her husband and is moving back. Settling in becomes a lot harder when one of her former high-school lovers is found floating in the harbor with his throat slit and the new police chief suspects that she is involved. Who is the mysterious man hiding in her house? And what is this new, savage-sounding rock and roll music that she's brought back from Hollywood?

About Thom Whalen

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Thom Whalen studied experimental psychology in San Diego, Vancouver, and Halifax. After working for the Government of Canada for thirty years, conducting research on the human use of computer networks, he retired to begin a new career writing fiction.
Published March 18, 2012 339 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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