Morgan has become settled in her quiet life in Sutton, Massachusetts. Her peaceful morning yoga routine is assisted by her cat, Juliet. In the evening she guides her kayak across the placid surface of Lake Singletary. Everything is in its place.
When Morgan stumbles across a dead body in the shadowy depths of Sutton Woods, her stability is knocked askew. Jason, the ranger who comes to her aid, provides a steady rock of support. The death seems at first an accident, but Morgan knows in her heart that something critical is out of place.
As Morgan and Jason delve into the mystery, still waters are stirred. Danger billows from the depths of Purgatory Chasm, from the twisted histories that stretch back decades. Can they unravel the tangled skeins before the past catches up with them?
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Book Size: 5.25" x 8"
Page Count: 291 pages
Word Count: 74,000 words
Release Date: March 15, 2013
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Book number two in this series is Birch Blackguards
IPPY GOLD MEDAL WINNER - Best Regional E-Book - East
I'm thrilled and honored to announce that Aspen Allegations: A Sutton Mass. Mystery has been awarded the GOLD MEDAL for best regional e-book east of the Mississippi by the IPPY awards! These awards are for books published by independent publishers. There were 5,300 entries vying for the IPPY awards, so there was a huge field of entrants.
Thank you so much to my fans, readers, editors, and other supporters who helped make this possible!
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Also, thank you so much to the awesome Sutton-based band Neptune's Car who I feature in the book. I highly recommend their albums!
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An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser
This book was strongly based on an actual drowning murder in 1906 in New York. The book then inspired an actual drowning murder in Sutton, Massachusetts in 1935.
Newell Sherman Drowns his wife July 20, 1935
In a situation quite similar to the book "An American Tragedy", and to the 1906 murder on which it was based, Newell Sherman took his wife Alice out on a rowboat on Lake Singletary, Sutton Massachusetts, and flipped the boat. He then watched her drown before swimming back to shore.
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