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Author: Maggie A. Wheeler
ISBN: 1894263413
Publisher General Store Publishing House; 3 edition (June 1, 2004)
Language English
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by Maggie A. Wheeler


Wheeler's voice is easy to read, which makes getting through this novel a breeze. There are a few typos that should have been addressed. Feb 22, 2013 Kate rated it liked it.

Wheeler's voice is easy to read, which makes getting through this novel a breeze. Another example of a book that I would never have picked up, except that it was a choice for our book club and I'm glad it was.

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Margaret Emily Wheeler (née Jakobson; born August 7, 1961) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Janice on the sitcom Friends where she was a recurring character most notably for being in a relationship with Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry). She was also a recurring character on Everybody Loves Raymond as Linda as well as Anita Warrell on the sitcom Ellen.

A Violent End. Maggie A. Wheeler. In the three years since the successful publication of her first novel, A Violent End, Maggie Wheeler has established herself in not one, but two, Canadian literary genres

A Violent End. In the three years since the successful publication of her first novel, A Violent End, Maggie Wheeler has established herself in not one, but two, Canadian literary genres. By seamlessly merging the craft of the mystery novel with her passion for Canadian history, Maggie has become a prominent voice in the growing contemporary movement to preserve and celebrate the stories of this country.

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Farran Mackenzie couldn't have been more surprised when Alison Perry walked into her University of Waterloo office. It had been thirty years since she had last seen her best friend in high school, and thirty years since her best friend's father, a police officer, had been killed in the line of duty. And now Alison was asking for help in discovering who had really killed her father. Farran has doubts about helping her long-lost friend

Following the death of her mother, university history professor Farran Mackenzie begins searching for her parents' past in the Lost Villages of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Her arrival surprises the old-timers, and stirs up memories amongst the former villagers, many of whom were already rattled by the recent reappearance of Farran's father--from beneath the waters of the St. Lawrence where his body had unknowingly lain since the flooding, forty years before. Then, when a friend of her parent dies in a suspicious accident soon after her arrival, Farran is forced to put her research skills to new use, before her father's murderer finds her.