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Foreshadow by David F. DeHart

Foreshadow

by David F. DeHart

348 pages
This sequel to the "Shadow Plots" saga has everything. It's December 1941. Liz McNearney, FBI Agent husband George Ramsay, and their favorite cab driver, Eddie, are back. Strange things are happening around Portland, Oregon, weird accidents, industrial fires, and people framed for murder. Action extends from Astoria to the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River. Suspense builds as they try to figure out just what's going on, unaware that this was a foreshadow to "The day that shall live in infamy."

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Category: Fiction:Mystery
About the Book
This sequel to the "Shadow Plots" saga has everything. It's December 1941. Liz McNearney, FBI Agent husband George Ramsay, and their favorite cab driver, Eddie, are back. Strange things are happening around Portland, Oregon, weird accidents, industrial fires, and people framed for murder. Action extends from Astoria to the Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River. Suspense builds as they try to figure out just what's going on, unaware that this was a foreshadow to "The day that shall live in infamy."

 

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About the Author
David F. DeHart David F. DeHart, an Oregon native, is a retired US Army Chief Warrant Officer, having served in the Military Intelligence Corps. His first novel was "The Eye of the Viper," 2005. "Terminated With Extreme Pleasure," was published in 2007. Dave’s writings have also been published in "The Prairie Times," and "In Our Own Voices" 2008, an anthology of the Oregon Writers Colony, of which Dave is a member.

 

 

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