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Close Up on Murder - A Spirit Lake Mystery #2 - cover

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Close Up on Murder - A Spirit Lake Mystery #2

Linda Townsdin

Publisher: Linda Townsdin

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In Close Up on Murder, L.A. Times photojournalist Britt Johansson is back in Spirit Lake recharging before her next overseas assignment when two murders and a string of threats against her brother set her in action. Are they hate crimes, a long-buried act of revenge or something else?

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