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Death at the Door (Sheriff Lark Swenson and Detective Lacey Smith, 2) (2003)

by K. C. Greenlief

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"I hate golf, I hate golf, I hate golf," Ann Ranson mumbled, in time with each step, as she trudged around the green to look for her ball in the rough.
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Ann Ranson hates golf, and shen an errant drive of hers apparently leaves a man sprawled on the green, it's clear the game doesn't like her either. But then she realizes the man is dead, and it isn't her golf ball that killed him; he's been stabbed. Ann and her friends Sheriff Lark Swenson and Wisconsin State Detective Lacey Smith are thrown together investigating a murder case, just as they were the previous winter. The victim was thwarting development interests in the popular vacation hot spot of Door Country, Wisconsin. Add to that, a baffling rash of robberies of priceless antiques from summer homes, and Ann, Lark, and Lacey will have their hands full all summer.
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On a cold, snowy November day in Big Oak, Wisconsin, Ann Ranson's dogs drag home something bloody. In the height of hunting season, Ann assumes it's a deer part and goes out to get rid of it. Instead, she is shocked to discover it's the remains of a human foot!

Sheriff Lark Swenson, a former homicide detective from Chicago who recently moved to the country after his wife's death, begins to investigate. When a second body is found, the state police join in the case. State Detective Lacey Smith works very closely with Sheriff Swenson, and the two of them find themselves battling their mutual attraction, as well as hunting down a cold-blooded killer.

While the police try to find out who's been killing young female students from the university, someone starts shooting at Ann Ranson and the sheriff. Lark and Lacey need to find the killer before someone else winds up dead!

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"Ann Ranson hates golf, and when an errant drive of hers leaves a man sprawled on the next green, it's clear the game doesn't like her either. But then she realizes the man is dead, and it isn't her golf ball that killed him - he's been stabbed! In that moment, Ann and her friends Sheriff Lark Swenson and State Detective Lacey Smith are thrown together investigating a murder case, just as they were the previous winter." "As with that case, this one has no shortage of suspects. The victim was thwarting development interests in the increasingly popular vacation hot spot of Door County, Wisconsin. Add to that a baffling rash of robberies of priceless antiques from summer homes, and Ann, Lark, and Lacy will have their hands full all summer."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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