Murder at Yaquina Head Thomas Martindale a journalism professor is enjoying the first day of his summer vacation on the Oregon coast He has brought with him the active curiosity and investigative abilities that often get

  • Title: Murder at Yaquina Head
  • Author: Ron Lovell
  • ISBN: 9780865343696
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • Thomas Martindale, a journalism professor, is enjoying the first day of his summer vacation on the Oregon coast He has brought with him the active curiosity and investigative abilities that often get him into situations most people would ignore When he is invited to brunch at the home of an old friend, she confides that someone may be trying to kill her The next night,Thomas Martindale, a journalism professor, is enjoying the first day of his summer vacation on the Oregon coast He has brought with him the active curiosity and investigative abilities that often get him into situations most people would ignore When he is invited to brunch at the home of an old friend, she confides that someone may be trying to kill her The next night, that fear is realized when Tom finds her body at a nearby lighthouse.Tom immediately sets out to find her killer, using clues from a manuscript his friend gave him for review Have the incidents during World War II, described in the manuscript, caused her death Did they reveal secrets about someone

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    One thought on “Murder at Yaquina Head”

    1. Great mysteryI loved this book. Tom is invited to dinner at Simone's and he take home a manuscript. Next thing you know Simone has been murdered, and Tom wants to find out who did it. This book is filled with twists and turns. It involves Nazi's, members of the French Resistance, Members of the Sheriffs Dept, and State investigators, not mention a whole slew of other characters. I never saw the ending coming. This is a excellent book and I can't read more of this series.

    2. I didn't like this book very much. The story was far-fetched and a lot of the characters were very flat and exaggerated and acted unbelievable a lot of the time. But the thing that got me most (it's a pet peeve of mine, but still) were the extremly bad recherched german words and sentences the author used. Some of them were misspelled, some just not translated correctly (giving them a different meaning) and with a few of them it was so bad, I didn't even know what the author wanted to say (and g [...]

    3. I wanted to like this book; I spend a lot of time in Lincoln County and have walked up the Yaquina Head lighthouse a couple times. Neither the characters nor the narrative really enthralled me, however, and I'm just glad it was a short and easy read.

    4. Having been to Yaquina Head Lighthouse, I was intrigued by the setting. It's not rocket science, but it's a good read for a Sunday afternoon.

    5. A pretty good mystery set on the Oregon coast, with a memoir from World War II serving as a key bit of evidence. I’ll look for another by this Oregon State University journalism prof.

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