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After determining that ten years in the real world should be all that is demanded of anyone, she turned to writing.
After determining that ten years in the real world should be all that is demanded of anyone, she turned to writing. She is the author of Past Imperfect, Hunter’s Dance, and Witch Cradle, mysteries set in 1950s Michigan featuring John McIntire, township constable. Kathleen divides her time between northern Minnesota and Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
Kathleen Hills is a cut above Mystery Writer. From John McIntire's entry on the first line thru a maze of rich 1950 characters and McCarthy era suspense, she holds and guides your attention. A wonderful look back in history from a writer using today's perspective. Here's hoping for more Kathleen Hills.
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Witch cradle : a mystery. From the author of ""Hunter's Dance"" comes the newest mystery featuring 1950s Township Constable John McIntire, ever reluctant to police his neighbors in St. Adele, Michigan
Witch cradle : a mystery. Adele, Michigan. When two skeletons are discovered buried in a cistern, McIntire struggles to solve the two-decades-old murders. Witch cradle : a mystery, by Kathleen Hills. Hills, Kathleen author. Publication Information. Scottsdale, AZ : Poisoned Pen Press, 2006. Entangled in its roots is evidence that leads Constable John McIntire to the abandoned farmstead of a young couple who had supposedly left the community years before, part of an exodus of Finnish-Americans gone off to build a workers' Utopia in the Soviet republic of Karelia. McIntire's fears are realized when he discovers two bodies, buried sixteen years in an unused cistern.
Book in the John McIntire mysteries Series). Solid complex murder mystery. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 13 years ago. Author Kathleen Hills has a history with regions of the northern United States, and although the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is separate and distinct, from, say Montana or Northern Wisconsin, there are certainly similarities. In this third outing for the author's protagonist, the reluctant constable of St. Adele, John McIntire, comes across evidence that two former neighbors had not emigrated to the Soviet Union, as was supposed by pretty much everybody in the region.
Kathleen Hills spent the first forty years of her life in rural northern . In the brief brilliant flash John McIntire glimpsed his wife’s face, lips waxen, eyes open and staring. John McIntire Mysteries.
Kathleen Hills spent the first forty years of her life in rural northern Minnesota before leaving for the real world. Chapter One. He turned to draw her close, but she caught his hand and clutched it to her breast, rigid as a corpse grasping a lily. It’s only a lightning storm, Leonie, he said. See John McIntire Mysteries. More by Kathleen Hills.
January, 1951, while the country is in the grip of war in Korea, the threat of nuclear annihilation, and Senator Joe McCarthy’s Red Scare, the residents of St. Adele, Michigan, are more concerned with staying warm and shoveling snow until a bizarre ice storm brings down a towering pine.
Witch Cradle - Kathleen Hills. In the brief brilliant flash John McIntire glimpsed his wife’s face, lips waxen, eyes open and staring
Witch Cradle - Kathleen Hills. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2005934985. ISBN: 1-59058-254-3 Hardcover.
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