The Harford Fatwa & Chainsaw Murders by Frank Dressler
A Kate Flaherty/Ben Pierce Mystery

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What appears to be an unfortunate chainsaw accident to a reclusive neighbor at Ben and Kate's vacation home in Susquehanna County pulls Ben and Sergeant Brad Jackson into a whirlpool of activities involving an unscrupulous logger, a young Muslim scientist/inventor who is also a neighbor but largely unknown in the Harford community and, ultimately, three deaths.The incidents affecting both neighbors enable Ben and Kate to expand their Susquehanna County landholdings while initiating them into the basics of the Muslim faith and the "mysteries" of forest stewardship. The story ends with Kate and Ben uncertain whether to be delighted or dismayed over the blooming relationship between Jenny and Ben, Jr.

About Frank Dressler

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Frank W. Dressler, a retired association executive, has volunteered since 1995 with two international organizations in Russia, the Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Romania and Bosnia and the Republic of Georgia, and through his church, in Zimbabwe, Nepal and the Republic of Georgia. He lives with his wife Winifred in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.
Published June 24, 2005 by iUniverse, Inc.. 106 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction

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