Fisherman's Bend: A Jane Bunker Mystery (Mass Market)
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This is book number 2 in the A Jane Bunker Mystery series.
Jane Bunker returns in her second case, Fisherman's Bend, solving a mystery that's anything but simple.
This time, Jane Bunker is being grabbed hook, line, and sinker. . .
After surviving a killer investigation, along with a couple of attempts on her life, Jane feels she’s finally earned a respite in her beautiful, coastal hometown of Green Haven, Maine. But her calm lasts only as long as it takes for Jane to walk past a local lobster boat and discover that its owner has vanished without a trace. And if that’s not enough to keep Jane off her hammock, there’s also the matter of the young mariner who allegedly died of a heroin overdose, a missing bait iron, and the red-painted corpse. What will it take for Jane to unravel the twists and turns in her latest series of maritime mysteries?
The Jane Bunker series is:
“FANTASTIC.”—Sebastian Junger, author of The Perfect Storm
“Swiftly paced!” —Entertainment Weekly
About the Author
LINDA GREENLAW is the author of the bestsellers The Hungry Ocean, All Fishermen are Liars, The Lobster Chronicles, and Recipes from a Small Island, as well as the Jane Bunker mysteries, including Slipknot and Fisherman’s Bend. Before becoming a writer, she was the captain of a swordboat, the career that earned her a prominent role in Sebastian Junger’s The Perfect Storm and a portrayal in the subsequent film. She now lives on Isle au Haut, Maine, where she captains a lobster boat.
"Greenlaw, a bestselling nonfiction author and a fisherwoman, smoothly blends murder, mayhem, nautical lore, and the slimmest sliver of hope that Jane has found true love."—Publishers Weekly on Bimini Twist
"Jane is a no-nonsense, principled lead who is surrounded by well-drawn, quirky secondary characters. The mix of police procedural and small-town mystery will appeal to those who enjoy Mary Logue's Claire Watkins and J.A. Jance's Joanna Brady series."—Booklist on Bimini Twist
“Greenlaw proves that she’s as skillful a mystery writer as she is a fishing boat captain—and that’s saying a lot. A fantastic read!”—Sebastian Junger on Slipknot
“Greenlaw, author of nonfiction bestsellers such as The Lobster Chronicles, has no trouble finding her sea legs in... this swiftly paced yarn.”—Entertainment Weekly on Slipknot
“A sleepy Maine town, the local drunk found dead, a detective asking too many questions... No, not Murder, She Wrote—it’s [Greenlaw’s] first foray into mystery, and it’s riveting.”—People on Slipknot