VINEYARD FEAR by Philip R Craig is 237 pages in paperback form. It was also printed as CLIFF HANGER. This is in A Martha's Vineyard Mystery.
VINEYARD FEAR by Philip R Craig is 237 pages in paperback form. However, suddenly there's a very real possibility that his lady love Zee will be departing the idyllic island forever.
Philip R. Craig grew up on a small cattle ranch near Durango, Colorado, before going off to college at Boston . The tranquility of Martha's Vineyard becomes broken for ex-cop . Craig grew up on a small cattle ranch near Durango, Colorado, before going off to college at Boston University, where he was an All-American fencer. at the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop. Jackson and his family. Leaving his wife, Zee, and young daughter, Diana, at home while he takes his son, Joshua, with him to go clamming, . is looking forward to a peaceful June day.
A Case of Vineyard Poison: Martha's Vineyard Mystery Philip R. Craig. Third Strike: A Brady Coyne/J. Vineyard Fear - Philip Craig. 1 -. The first time, I thought that I’d just been involved in a near-miss accident. Second Sight: A Brady Coyne and .
Book in the Martha's Vineyard Mystery Series). When former cop Jeff Jackson saves Geraldine Miles from her abusive boyfriend, someone-possibly the boyfriend-makes two attempts on Jeff's life.
VINEYARD FEAR Thank you for downloading this Scribner eBook. If you’re going to live on Martha’s Vineyard year-round, you take jobs like that. The Mattie was his big old wooden catboat
VINEYARD FEAR Thank you for downloading this Scribner eBook. The Mattie was his big old wooden catboat. She floated at her stake in the harbor all winter and sometimes I had to chop ice away from her hull.
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A Martha's Vineyard Mystery; Volume number 4. Vineyard Fear. A Martha's Vineyard Mystery. 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.
The pistol lay on his desk in a plastic Baggie. The chief looked at it, and reached for his pipe and tobacco u back in your bachelor days,. The chief looked at it, and reached for his pipe and tobacco u back in your bachelor days, when you were running wild with the ladies. Now that you’re a married man and all settled down and like that, I thought that the only woman who might shoot you would be Zee. I didn’t think it would be Beth Harper. This crackpot thinks I kacked Lawrence Ingalls. I would appreciate it if you’d sit down and have a talk with her.
Vineyard blues: a Martha's Vineyard mystery. The late Philip R. Craig was the author of nineteen novels in the Martha’s Vineyard Mystery series. Jackson, ex-Boston cop and series sleuth, investigates intentionally set fires targeting Martha's Vineyard houses rented to college students. After an unidentified body is found in a house rented to . s visiting friend, . A professor emeritus of English at Wheelock College in Boston, he loved the Vineyard and lived there year-round with his wife, Shirley. Библиографические данные.
Escaping the city and its violence, ex-cop Jeff "J. W." Jackson found solace in fishing, cooking, and simplyenjoying life on Martha's Vineyard -- and nothing, he figures, will ever entice him to leave. However, suddenly there's a very real possibility that his lady love Zee will be departing the idyllic island forever. And when a young student commits suicide, and a girlfriend-abusing thug starts spewing vicious threats, J. W. seriously considers a temporary escape from paradise. But it's a failed trio of attempts on his own life that ultimately propels him off-island -- and onto the trail of a stalker that's leading Jackson to the perilous peaks of the Colorado Rockies, where he quickly learns that, thorns and all, there's no place quite like his Vineyard home.