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THE ALPINE FURY is book six in Mary Daheim's Pacific Northwest murder mystery series--starring Emma Lord, crusading editor-publisher of the small town weekly newspaper, The Alpine (Washington) Advocate. This continuation of the annals of Alpine takes place at Thanksgiving--though, with embezzlement and murder the order of the day, there's apparently little for which to be thankful.
Mary Daheim is a Seattle native who started writing at the age of eight. Other novels in her Emma Lord series are:
M. K. Wren says of THE ALPINE ADVOCATE: "The lively ferment of life in a small Pacific Northwest town, with its convoluted genealogies and loyalties, its authentically quirky characters, combines with a baffling murder for a superior mystery novel."
Carolyn G. Hart says of THE ALPINE BETRAYAL: "Readers will take great pleasure in Mary Daheim's new mystery."
Murder Ad Lib magazine says of THE ALPINE CHRISTMAS: "If you like cozy mysteries, you need to try Daheim's series.. . Recommended."
The Snooper magazine says of THE ALPINE FURY: "The Alpine mysteries are the epitome of a good series. The continuing characters are authentic, the mysteries realistic, and the wait for the next episode unbearable."
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