Tip A Canoe

Peter E. Abresch

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Tip A Canoe

Tip A Canoe Like A Corpse Out of Water Maryland physical therapist James P Dandy embarks upon his third Elderhostel vacation eager to reunite with his ladylove Dodee Swisher for some romance and outdoor adventur

  • Title: Tip A Canoe
  • Author: Peter E. Abresch
  • ISBN: 9780373264124
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Paperback
  • Like A Corpse Out of Water Maryland physical therapist James P Dandy embarks upon his third Elderhostel vacation, eager to reunite with his ladylove Dodee Swisher for some romance and outdoor adventure in South Carolina s lovely Santee Dam lakes At first, nobody was calling the accidental drowning of a local man murder, or worrying about ecoterrorism at the discovery ofLike A Corpse Out of Water Maryland physical therapist James P Dandy embarks upon his third Elderhostel vacation, eager to reunite with his ladylove Dodee Swisher for some romance and outdoor adventure in South Carolina s lovely Santee Dam lakes At first, nobody was calling the accidental drowning of a local man murder, or worrying about ecoterrorism at the discovery of an empty box of dynamite Then the body of a fellow Elderhosteler is found feeding fish in the swamp, and soon Jim is wading into the muddy waters of murder False trails lead in ever widening circles as a conspiracy claims yet another victim But when Jim s clever reasoning unravels the shocking true motive for murder, it leaves him up the proverbial creek with a killer holding the paddle.

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    1. Carolyn (in SC) C234D on said:

      This was a readable, fairly interesting mystery, but the author's style became heavy to me quickly. One character's "milk chocolate " skin was mentioned way too many times, as was his wife's "honey-blonde" hair. A memory game, attaching animal names to Elderhostlers names, such as Becky the Beaver and Leo the Lion, became tired after the first dozen times, but lasted for the entire book. This is a series, but I won't be in a hurry to read more. Set in South Carolina, Beidler Forest was misspelle [...]

    2. Brian O'Leary on said:

      So far I have read all three of the series and a 5 out of 10 is the highest I would score any of them, not a good sign.

    3. Linda on said:

      Not as good as James D. Doss but I am certainly reading his books and will most likely read them again. Very readable, interesting, well written. His characters have "character." Lots of great conversations.Definitely worth reading.

    4. Daisyaday on said:

      Jim Dandy, a physical therapist living in Maryland goes to an Elderhostel to the Santee-Cooper in SC. Lots of info about SC birds and trees. A great read, especially for someone like me who grew up in SC and enjoys reading about the area. Nice mystery story, but guessed most of the ending early.

    5. John Yelverton on said:

      I absolutely love these Elderhostel mystery books! It's just pure, mystery fun.

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