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Tour de Trace

Tour de Trace

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The younger cyclists who signed up for camping and biking along Mississippi's Natchez Trace may think of Susan Warner as old. But she is no Miss Marple or Jessica Fletcher. Retired from teaching, she sports a lavender streak in her silver hair and, though she has the slowest mph, she can cover the distance. But when she steps out of her tent the first morning, only ten of her fellow cyclists appear. The eleventh has left a note saying that she will return later. Later never happens. Instead, the riders discover the cyclist's body stretched crucifixion style on an ancient Indian Mound. With each turn of her bicycle wheel, Susan searches for the killer. Is it an ex-husband? The owner of a decrepit bed and breakfast? A snake handler? Or is it one of the cyclists? Her ride along the Natchez Trace pits New Englander Susan against an unfamiliar landscape and a murderer.

Author: Sharon Dean
Publisher: W & B Publishers Inc.
Published: 10/31/2014
Pages: 258
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.77lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.54d
ISBN: 9780692212806

About the Author
Sharon Dean grew up in Massachusetts where she breathed in the history of the Transcendentalists that wafted into her town from nearby Concord. She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of New Hampshire, a state she lived in until a recent move to the west coast. In New Hampshire, she taught writing and literature at Rivier University. Before she turned to fiction, she wrote academic books and articles, mostly on the nineteenth-century writer Constance Fenimore Woolson and the contemporary writer Joyce Carol Oates. Her last academic book, The Complete Letters of Constance Fenimore Woolson (University Press of Florida), convinced her to turn to novels that don't require footnotes. She once biked and camped along Mississippi's Natchez Trace with her daughter and is now learning to cycle the hills of Oregon instead of those in New Hampshire.

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