eBook Off Season (A Martha's Vineyard Mystery) download
by Philip R. Craig
Author: Philip R. Craig
Publisher: Avon; Reissue edition (June 28, 2005)
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OFF SEASON - G Craig, Philip R. - 5th in Martha's Vineyard series. If someone recommends a Martha's Vineyard mystery and you want to try one-don't make this your first. You would do yourself and the late Mr. Craig an injustice. Tempers flare between local hunters and animal-rights activists. Another very enjoyable entry in a great series. Don't get me wrong, I liked this book.
It is the OFF SEASON on Martha's Vineyard, the tourists are gone and the locals take over for murder and mayhem. Who is shooting at who is the question as hunters and protectors square off for a festive season? . Jackson is in the thick of things as he ponders the perfect gift for his lady love and enjoys the peace of the season until an acquaintance turns up dead in a hidden sex nest. takes on the nasty job of finding the ladies whose indescrestions were recorded on film and the ladies are not helpful
Craig, Philip . 1933-2007.
Craig, Philip . Jackson, Jeff (Fictitious character), Private investigators, Large type books. Hampton Falls, . : Beeler Large Print.
Also by Philip R. Craig Vineyard Enigma First Light (with William G. Tapply) Vineyard . Death on a Vineyard Beach. A Case of Vineyard Poison. A Vineyard killing: a Martha’s Vineyard mystery/Philip R. p. cm. 1. Jackson, Jeff (Fictitious character)-Fiction. Tapply) Vineyard Shadows Vineyard Blues A Fatal Vineyard Season A Shoot on Martha’s Vineyard A Deadly. 2. Private husetts-Martha’s Vineyard-Fiction. 3. Martha’s Vineyard.
Philip R. Craig (December 10, 1933 – May 8, 2007) was a writer known for his Martha's Vineyard mysteries. He was born in Santa Monica and raised on a cattle ranch near Durango, Colorado. In 1951 he attended Boston University intending to become a minister, and got a degree in 1957. While at BU, he studied poetry with Robert Lowell, who quickly persuaded him that he had no future in that field, and turned to studying prose with Gerald Warner Brace, who encouraged him to write fiction.
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Tourist season may be over. but the killing season hasjust begun. Book in the Martha's Vineyard Mystery Series).
It's March on Martha’s Vineyard. Too early for bluefish, but not too early for trouble. The winds are brisk and there’s still a chill coming in off the ocean. The mood is gloomy, and for good reason
It's March on Martha’s Vineyard. The mood is gloomy, and for good reason. Former Olympic fencing champion turned millionaire real estate developer Donald Fox has targeted the island for his newest moneymaking scheme. With land values huge and many longtime residents in possession of fuzzy deeds of sometimes dubious legal value, Fox and his team plan to force people to sell cheap.
Tourist season may be over...but the killing season hasjust begun.
There's nothing like Martha's Vineyard on these crisp autumn days, after the season has ended. Now that the "off-islanders" are finally off the island, ex-Boston cop J.W. Jackson is free to relax, fish, and make future plans with his lady love Zee. But the natives are getting seriously restless this fall, with animal rights activists squaring off against deer slayers and environmentalists butting heads with land developers. Things have reached the boiling-over point -- and it's not long before verbal arrows become real ones. And when a most unlikely victim is caught in the lethal crossfire, Jackson can't just sit by idly with a fishing pole in his hand. Someone has to lead the hunt for a killer, and J.W.'s the man -- even if there's a chance that he won't live to see next summer.