Wolf House by Jack Lynch

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Somebody is killing people and secretly burying them at Jack London State Park in the California wine country. Private eye Peter Bragg is tipped off by a publicity shy psychic named Maribeth who senses the graves and fears she too is on the killer's hit list. Investigators unearth the victims but can't find a common thread revealing the killer's motive. Bragg teams up with a smart, country girl sheriff's detective in their frustrating search for the killer until an astonishing discovery does link the victims and sends Bragg racing back to Jack London State Park to stop the killing Maribeth feared most.

About Jack Lynch

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Jack Lynch, a professor of English at Rutgers University, has been studying the curious afterlife of William Shakespeare for more than fifteen years. He is the editor of "Samuel Johnson's Dictionary" and "Samuel Johnson's Insults," He lives in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.
Published February 6, 2002 by iUniverse. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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This well-crafted, medium-boiled addition to Edgar nominee Lynch's (Bragg's Hunch) Peter Bragg series employs a premise that readers will either accept or reject: the use of a professional psychic in a criminal investigation.

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