Shannon's Creek

Shannon s Creek Shots fired Officer down Sergeant Stacey O Hara a Sheriff s deputy is seriously wounded during a shootout and is near death Sergeant Jay Reardon a deputy from Shannon s Creek Virginia is an out of

  • Title: Shannon's Creek
  • Author: June Mack Bradley
  • ISBN: 9780759905528
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shots fired Officer down Sergeant Stacey O Hara, a Sheriff s deputy is seriously wounded during a shootout and is near death Sergeant Jay Reardon, a deputy from Shannon s Creek, Virginia, is an out of town visitor riding with an officer friend He comes to her aid and is stunned by Stacey s likeness to his missing wife About to pass over the divide between the living aShots fired Officer down Sergeant Stacey O Hara, a Sheriff s deputy is seriously wounded during a shootout and is near death Sergeant Jay Reardon, a deputy from Shannon s Creek, Virginia, is an out of town visitor riding with an officer friend He comes to her aid and is stunned by Stacey s likeness to his missing wife About to pass over the divide between the living and the dead, Stacey is stopped by a spirit from the other side She tells Stacey that she must not die During the long months of recovery, Stacey realizes that the spirit is not a figment of her imagination and accepts it as an invisible entity whose voice is comforting, supportive and who is encouraging her to get well The entity identifies herself as Ellie Reardon She explains no one knows she is dead, only her killer Ellie seeks Stacey s help in finding her body and her murderer Stacey s godfather offers her his summer home in Shannon s Creek, in south West Virginia, to recuperate On her arrival Stacey meets a disgruntled sheriff and his deputy Jay Reardon, whom she doesn t remember Stacey quickly learns that she could pass for Ellie s twin A vital bit of information Ellie neglected to tell her High on the suspect list is Jay Reardon, who was about to divorce Ellie when she disappeared The attraction between Stacey and Jay is something they can t ignore They decide it s better to join forces in solving the mystery of Ellie s disappearance and murder.

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    1. I selected this book because I know the author. How exciting to know at 85 one can do something as exciting as get a book published! While lacking depth in character development, and rushing the unfolding of the plot and relationships, there were several areas of great foreshadowing (even if I could predict what both of them meant). Simply tickled to personally know the author. Easy poolside reading.

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