Riptide by Mickey Friedman

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A young New York illustrator leaves behind a promising career and returns to her hometown in the Florida panhandle to help the great-aunt who raised her resolve a puzzling series of events suddenly plaguing their decaying family home.

About Mickey Friedman

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Otto Penzler is the founder of The Mysterious Press and Otto Penzler Books. He also owns The Mysterious Bookstore in both New York and Los Angeles. Mickey Friedman is the author of seven mystery novels. The latest is Riptide.
Published February 1, 1994 by St Martins Pr. 239 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Laid off from her New York job, plucky artist Isabel Anders allows herself to be drawn back to Florida to take care of her disoriented aunt Merriam, who'd disinherited her after she eloped as a teenager.

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Although Aunt Merriam was a harsh, embittered woman from whom Isabel had run away as a teen, Isabel decides to return to Cape Cache, where she quickly senses that something fishy is happening.

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