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by Charlene Weir

eBook Consider the Crows download ISBN: 0312097727
Author: Charlene Weir
Publisher: St Martins Pr; 1st edition (September 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 263
ePub: 1292 kb
Fb2: 1643 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: United States

Charlene Weir lives in El Cerrito, California. Her first novel, The Winter's Widow, won the SMP/ Malice Domestic Contest for Best First Traditional Mystery in 1991.

St. Martin's Publishing Group. Charlene Weir lives in El Cerrito, California.

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Consider the Crows book. CONSIDER THE CROWS - Good Weir, Charlene - 2nd in Susan Wren Series. The life of d small-town police chief is a far cry from that of a street-smart San Francisco cop. But as Susan Wren knows only too well, murder happens everywhere.

A phone call announcing murder rudely interrupts a quiet Sunday morning for chief of police Susan Wren. The body of Lynelle Hames, a quiet young woman newly arrived in Hampstead, Kansas, has been found near the isolated old house where she was living. Susan herself is a recent arrival in the small town. For Chief of Police Susan Wren, investigating a homicide comes with the territory, but when a young friend gets caught in the crossfire, the former big-city cop's routine work becomes a personal mission.

Charlene Martha Weir is an American writer. Charlene Weir was born on November 10, 1937 in Atheson, Kansas, United States, in the family of George Julius and Clara Ernestine (Wissman) Kettner. In 1955 - 1958 Charlene studied at Fort Scott School of Nursing. Consider the Crows ) 1993.

Books by Charlene Weir: Up in Smoke. 10. Consider the Crows. The Winter Widow.

Books by Charlene Weir. Consider the Crows: A Susan Wren Mystery (Police Chief Susan Wren Series).

Charlene Weir was born in Nortonville, Kansas. She grew up in Hutchinson, Kansas. After graduating from nurses' training she attended the University of Oklahoma and worked as a public health nurse. She was the creator of "Susan Wren", police chief in Hampstead, Kansas. Susan Wren 1. The Winter Widow (1992) 2. Consider the Crows (1993) 3. Family Practice (1995) 4. Murder: Take Two (1998) 5. A Cold Christmas (2001) 6. Up in Smoke (2003) 7. Edge of Midnight (2007).

After moving to Hampstead, Kansas, to become Chief of Police, former San Francisco cop Susan Wren becomes caught up in uncertain weather, webs of deceit, and small-town intrigue when a prominent local citizen turns up dead