Where I Can See You by Larry D. Sweazy

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Set in autumn, the story is overloaded with images of death and despair, but it will intrigue readers willing to grope through the gloom.
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Haunted by the disappearance of his mother when he was eight years old, detective Hud Matthews begins his own investigation to find out what really happened so many years before. When a rare murder occurs in the lakeside community, Hud's veteran skills are called upon to capture the killer. Pulled deep into the threads of the community with ties to the past, Hud quickly becomes a target, not only of the killer, but of those who wish the past to be left alone. As Hud gets closer to discovering the truth about the crimes, he has to face a choice of enforcing the law, or stepping outside of it to make sure that his version of justice is served.


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About Larry D. Sweazy

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Larry D. Sweazy won the WWA Spur award for Best Short Fiction in 2005, and was nominated for a Derringer award in 2007. He has published over 50 non-fiction articles and short stories, which have appeared in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine; The Adventure of the Missing Detective: And 25 of the Year's Finest Crime and Mystery Stories!; Boys’ Life; Hardboiled; Amazon Shorts, and other publications and anthologies. Larry is the author of the Josiah Wolfe, Texas Ranger series. The first Josiah Wolfe novel, The Rattlesnake Season, was a 2010 Best Book of Indiana finalist. He is member of MWA (Mystery Writers of America), WWA (Western Writers of America), and WF (Western Fictioneers). He lives in the Midwest, with his wife, Rose, two dogs, Rhodesian ridgebacks, Brodi and Sunny, and a black cat, Nigel.
 
Published January 10, 2017 by Seventh Street Books. 255 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Sep 27 2017

Set in autumn, the story is overloaded with images of death and despair, but it will intrigue readers willing to grope through the gloom.

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