By Mary Daheim
Mary Daheim’s bestselling novels, set in Alpine, a picturesque village tucked away within the Cascade Mountains, have charmed a iteration of poser enthusiasts with suspenseful stories of the peril that bubbles up from lower than the serene floor of small-town life.
An unwell wind blows via Alpine, yet Advocate writer Emma Lord and Sheriff Milo keep away from appear proof against the present angst. The newlyweds’ family idyll is most likely over while a lifeless guy is found close to the fish hatchery and no-one has a clue as to his identification. Vida Runkel can have perception, yet Emma’s redoubtable condominium & domestic editor is mad on the global and announcing little. in addition, whispers of scandal shuttle throughout the old fashioned streets whilst a few highschool women mysteriously take a stroll at the wild part. after which Milo’s committed deputy, Sam Heppner, a real yeoman, without notice is going AWOL.
What’s taking place in Alpine? If Milo is familiar with, he’s no longer telling Emma. And Emma’s back headed for hassle whilst she begins snooping. the placement grows much more fraught while a surprising hyperlink is printed among the secret corpse and one in all Alpine’s personal, unearthing a long-buried darkish mystery. Tongues are wagging on entrance Street—and the gossip includes an air of risk. in the meantime, Mary Daheim has written her top booklet yet.
Praise for The Alpine Yeoman
“Daheim injects adequate wit and colour to make her story extra pleasing than the traditional small-town mystery.”—Kirkus Reviews
“A middle of established characters provides appeal to all Daheim’s ‘alphabet’ tales. Readers will locate this new one equally enjoyable.”—Fredericksburg loose Lance–Star
“A witty and lovely tale that would maintain readers glued to the pages . . . This writer might be given a pat at the again contemplating this can be the twenty-fifth novel within the Emma Lord sequence . . . and every one simply retains recovering and better!”—Suspense Magazine
“This is the twenty-fifth Alpine secret and Mary Daheim maintains to please readers with new twists and a superb and ever-evolving solid of eccentric characters. hugely recommended.”—I Love a Mystery
Praise for Mary Daheim and her Emma Lord mysteries
“Always entertaining.”—The Seattle Times
“Mary Daheim writes with wit, knowledge, and a huge middle. i like her books.”—Carolyn Hart
“Daheim writes . . . with dry wit, a butter-smooth kind, and visible depraved enjoyment.”—The Oregonian
“The characters are nice, and the plots consistently attention-getting.”—King beneficial properties Syndicate
“Even the main professional secret lovers are stuck off-guard by means of [Daheim’s] shrewdpermanent plot twists.”—BookLoons
“Witty one-liners and a laugh characterizations.”—Publishers Weekly
From the Hardcover edition.