Spring arrives with a dreadful surprise on the idyllic island of Mt. Desert, Maine. The gruesome remains of a stranger wash ashore on Sand Beach, clearly intended as a warning to others.
James Boyd, a retired detective from Philadelphia, suddenly finds himself in a desperate race to decipher clues in order to protect his adopted Maine community, and Jeb, his eight year old son.
Vindictive Waters is the bone chilling story of a close knit community threatened by inexplicably horrible murders, intertwined with a vivid portrait of one of Maine’s most beautiful islands.
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Roger G. Innes practiced as a litigation lawyer in Philadelphia, South Jersey and Maine.
He has been a Bar Harbor resident for over thirty years.
Mildred Davis is the author of fourteen mystery novels, including They Buried a Man (Simon & Schuster), The Voice on the Telephone (Random House), and The Room Upstairs (Simon & Schuster) which won the Mystery Writers of America Edgar Allan Poe Award.
Her daughter, Katherine Roome, is the author of Letter of the Law (Random House), and co-author with her mother of Lucifer Land (Random House), an historical novel set in Westchester County during the Revolutionary War.
Midred Davis lives in Westchester County, New York and Katherine Roome lives in Washingston County, New York.
Roger G. Innes, grew up in New Jersey and attended Villanova University. He received his law degree from Ohio Northern University and practiced as a litigation lawyer in Philadelphia, South Jersey and Maine. He has been a Bar Harbor resident for over thirty years.
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Praise for Mildred Davis' The Room Upstairs
"We defy you to put this one down before you've discovered why Kitten Corwith never left her upstairs room. If there had never been a 'novel of suspense' before, the phrase would have had to be coined to describe this story."
-San Francisco Chronicle
Praise for Katherine Roome's Letter Of The Law
"Novels that display so high a quality of prose and sensibility are rare these days."