Witness to Evil Hardcover – 1 October 1997
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- Hardcover : 298 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0449000427
- ISBN-13 : 978-0449000427
- Product Dimensions : 16.51 x 3.18 x 25.4 cm
- Publisher : Fawcett Books (1 October 1997)
- Language: : English
- Customer Reviews:
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ric setting of San Francisco's Bay area. A no-nonsense female investigator. And an unflinching look at contemporary social issues. These are the enduring strengths of Janet Dawson's tough, entertaining detective series. Now, in Witness to Evil, she elevates P.I. Jeri Howard's adventures to new heights of suspense and surprise.<br><br>Private investigator Jeri Howard can scarcely believe that someone is actually paying her to go to Paris, even if it is only to fetch a wild teenager home. But the wanderer, eighteen-year-old Darcy, turns out to have a serious reason for her unauthorized jaunt: to visit Holocaust memorials and to meet the French family who sheltered her grandmother as a girl from the Nazis.<br><br>But back home in California, Darcy stumbles on evidence that Nazism is alive and well in the terrifying present. And Jeri has the deadly work of trying to extricate Darcy from the frightening consequences of her discovery.<br><br>Like all Janet Dawson's novels, Witness to Evil
About the Author
Janet Dawson's first novel, Kindred Crimes, won the Private Eye Writers of America Best First Private Eye Novel Contest and was nominated for Anthony and Shamus awards as well. She is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime and has written five other Jeri Howard mysteries: Till the Old Men Die, Take a Number, Don't Turn Your Back on the Ocean, Nobody's Child and A Credible Threat. Dawson worked as an enlisted journalist in the navy before moving to Almeda, California.