Throwaways by Jack Ewing

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A down-and-out man sleeping under a bridge stumbles upon the body of a murdered young woman stuffed in a trash bag and washed up at his campsite. The killers, seeking to retrieve a telltale item from the corpse, soon arrive at the bridge while following the river in search of the victim. The derelict soon finds himself hiding with the body and wrestling with the need for self-preservation, and the desire to bring the dead woman's murderers to justice.

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About Jack Ewing

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Jack Ewing serves as director of Hacienda Bar National Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica, formerly a cattle ranch and now a popular eco-destination. His articles about life in the rainforest appear regularly in Costa Rican publications, and he often speaks to environmental, student and ecological traveler groups. He is currently president of two environmental organizations, ASANA and FUNDANTA. His expertise on biological corridor projects is much sought after.
Published August 22, 2011 by Untreed Reads Publishing. 13 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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