A Sam Larkin NoveleBook - 2011
Sam Larkin is a complex paradox of a man, once again drawn into a situation not of his own making. A former wildlife law-enforcement officer, unjustly imprisoned ex-con, teacher and artist, Larkin has come to the lowcountry to find a peace that is sorely lacking in his life; however, as a friend from his past tells him, through his loyalty to friends and to those he loves, trouble seems to seek him out. Despite his past, nothing could prepare Larkin for what he has to face when a former colleague, Robin Streeter, a divorced secondary school psychologist , dies in a house fire. Originally classified as an accident, it is later determined to be murder. Having worked with and been friends with the woman, Larkin’s sense of morality and loyalty compel him to find the killer. Covington County detective, Campbell Gardner is assigned the case. Knowing Larkin’s association with the victim, Gardner enlists his help in the investigation.
Publisher: Maitland : River Oaks Publishing, 2011
Branch Call Number: eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource