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True-crime writer Harrison Weaver says: “I returned to North Carolina’s Outer Banks seeking peace and quiet. I was tired of writing about scumbags. I wanted to walk along the beaches, loaf a bit, and fish and maybe eat at some of my favorite restaurants from years ago. Murder was the last thing I wanted to think about. It was not on the agenda. In that I was wrong. Dead wrong.”

 

“Joseph Terrell knows the Outer Banks—its geography, its quirks, its people and their foibles. Well conceived and well written, TIDE OF DARKNESS is a smart, savvy combination of who-done-it and police procedural. A welcome new entry to the Southern mystery tradition.”
—Kathryn R. Wall, author, the Bay Tanner mysteries


 

Not Our Kind Of KillingCrime writer Harrison Weaver doesn’t believe in coincidences-only messages that may not be decipherable at first. That’s his feeling when, as he prepares to go kayaking at Buffalo City near the Outer Banks, he discovers the body of a nude young female, hogtied and very dead. The stark scene is especially eerie to him because a month earlier he had been assigned to write about the murder of another young woman who was found nude and hogtied in the back seat of her car…

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Learning to Slow DanceDecember 1944: Those were the years they learned to slow dance with girls who wore angora sweaters and smelled of perfume and a hint of promise….” So begins the engaging coming-of-age story of Jonathan Clayton and his family in the closing years of World War II. It tells of the adventures and misadventures of Jonathan and his friends, the first tastes of romantic passion, sexual awakening, family love and devotion…

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Overwash Of EvilFollowing the execution-style killing of a prominent Outer Banks citizen, local crime-writer Harrison Weaver becomes a suspect in the slaying. To clear his name, Weaver launches his own investigation, which he knows is a risky thing to do. But then there is another murder . . .and another. As the killer continues to stalk him, it becomes chillingly apparent that a showdown is inevitable…

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