The Cherokee Murders

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-01-10
  • Publisher: Synergebooks

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Losing her job after several young boys are murdered in Chicago, Kymberlee Shannon takes a teaching position in Cherokee, Arkansas-a small town of quirky characters, secrets, and steamy affairs. When a string of murders start again, sinister incidents point to her as the killer. She gets involved with Steevee Clarke, the church choir director, who has her own demons to appease. Nicky Wilson, one of Kymberlee's students, organizes a Ghost Club to find the murderer after his best friend is killed. Al Madison, the local pharmacist, is not what he seems and dispenses more than drugs. Old Jed carries a gunnysack of rattlesnakes and Sarge, an ex-soldier, commands imaginary troops. Could one of them be the murderer? Or is the voice in Kymberlee's head from past carnal encounters driving her to unconscionable acts? Four murders spell disaster in any small town. Sheriff James Duke closes in on the killer. But, is it the real killer?

Author Biography

A pharmacist licensed in three states, Harvey Mendez moved to Arkansas in 1999 from Laguna Beach, California with his wife, Ann. He has co-authored a screenplay and has had six short stories, two essays, one poem, and five novels published. His novel, AMELIA, is a best seller and placed fourth in a national contest and was a finalist in the EPPIE 2003 contest. THE BEAR AND THE BULL, a short novel, won first place as a short story in 1986. He belongs to the Lagunita Writers Group in Laguna Beach, California and the Cherokee Village Writers Group in Arkansas.

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