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Death's Golden Whisper: A Meg Harris Mystery

by R.J. Harlick

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To my Mother, Jean McLeod, my first fan. I only wish she were here to enjoy the book that she avidly read in its beginnings.
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They arrived without warning on a perfect Indian Summer day.
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In the remote wilderness of West Quebec, where trees outnumber people a million to one and lakes a thousand to one, Death's Golden Whisper opens with the sudden arrival of float planes bringing what Meg Harris believes are fishermen to the isolated northern lake she lives on. Within hours, she discovers that these men have come to develop a gold mine. She combines forces with Eric Odjik, chief of the neighbouring Migiskan reserve, to fight the mining company. The mine splits the Migiskan band into two opposing forces and ignites events that threaten Meg and lead to the mysterious disappearance of her friend Marie. As the search for Marie becomes more frustrating, another story unfolds and Meg discovers the mystery behind the intense feelings that bound her great-aunt to this lonely land until the day she died. This is the first book in the Meg Harris Mystery series. The next book is Red Ice for a Shroud. Watch for Silver Totem of Shame, coming in May 2014.… (more)

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