(In 1923, Bill Edmonson, an inexperienced detective, and h...)
In 1923, Bill Edmonson, an inexperienced detective, and his veteran partner, Frank Grant, journey to the mining town of Blind Spring, West Virginia, to investigate the murder of a Scottish prospector, a crime for which an Italian coalminer is sentenced to die
(When a devastating flood in the Allegheny Mountains hits ...)
When a devastating flood in the Allegheny Mountains hits Shawnee and unearths an old skeleton, Detective Harter's investigation prompts a new murder that bridges the past and present
John Douglas is a journalist and the author of several mystery novels set in the Allegheny mountain region of West Virginia. His debut novel, Shawnee Alley Fire, was published in 1987.
Blind Spring Rambler, published in 1988, focuses on novice detective William Edmonson, who leaves New York City to assist in an investigation into a murder in a West Virginia mining town in 1923.
Douglas’s third novel, Haunts, was published in 1990.