Disturbing the dark : a Maggie MacGowen mystery / by Wendy Hornsby.
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- ISBN: 9781564745767
- ISBN: 1564745767
- Physical Description: 236 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: McKinleyville, California. : John Daniel & Company, 2016.
Maggie MacGowen, an investigative filmmaker, is in Normandy with a film crew to document the agricultural four seasons on her ancestral family farm. An accidentally excavated skull causes a social media sensation, dredging up psychic scars left by the wartime German Occupation. In their youth, Grand-mere and other villagers had cut the throats of an entire brutal Nazi platoon. Now the grim discovery prompts tourists, the soldiers descendants, the mass media, and vulturelike war-memorabilia dealers to flock to the formerly quiet farm. Then a young woman is murdered&. --Amazon.com
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