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Helen Bradley has arrived at a charming bed and breakfast on a small peninsula off the coast of Washington, where she will assemble a regional travel guide. Soon, Helen discovers that the woman who began the guide may have been murdered. Then a local fisherman disappears. But when Helen herself is attacked, she knows she must investigate. Helen's search will lead her to the sea and buried secrets that threaten the security of the entire community.

Cristine McMurdo-Wallis' assured narration provides the perfect voice for the intrepid Helen. With its scenic settings and mounting suspense, Red Sky in Mourning will keep you enthralled until the final word.

©1997 Patricia H. Rushford (P)2001 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Guy Smith
  • Malvern, PA United States
  • 08-03-18

A Little simplistic for me

The main character has a police/investigator background, yet get's attacked by surprise and doesn't follow what you would think would be good police/investigator practices. Her husband works undercover for the FBI, yet gets surprised also. The part of the story related to being in boats and on the water was weak, in my opinion. And the who-done-it was a surprise only because it was unrealistic. There was a bit of religious preaching that was a little corny, a little too much for the situation.