Fine. No dust jacket as issued. Signed by author. Signed on title page by the author: For Jan, I hope you enjoy book three! Jim. Trade paperback (US): Fine. Slight cover wear, slight tanning. Else clean, unmarked. Signed by Author. Glued binding. 196 p. Audience: General/trade. The year is 1926. Seven years have passed since John and Sylvia Gressley, Bill Boyd, and the Sharpe family solved a murder and confronted a racist organization named the Whitecaps of America. It is now the era of prohibition. Government officials fear that the Purple Gang, a notoriously violent gang in Detroit, is attempting to control the bootlegging business in Newburg, a small town in the southern section of St. Clair County, Michigan. Sergeant Toby Sharpe of the Port Huron Police Department volunteers to go undercover in Newburg. As soon as Toby leaves Port Huron, several seemingly unrelated events occur. Toby's teenage children, Chris and Amanda, decide to investigate the claim that a ghost has been seen in the area. Bill Boyd is devastated as he finds his marriage disintegrating. Lieutenant John Gressley investigates a murder. When a second body is found the next day, John realizes he has encountered the most bizarre case of his career. "A Summer of Rage" is a thrilling historical mystery. It is the third novel in the Blue Water historical mystery trilogy.
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