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AuthorMaxine Neely Davenport
LanguageEnglish
PublisherLance Publishing
Book DescriptionTracy Hunter is a tomboy grown into a fearless, risk-taking police investigator who quits her job with the Chicago Police Department when the mayor's nephew gets the promotion she expected and deserved. Thumbing her nose at political jobs, she sets out to open her own business as a private detective, and in the process of fighting for justice for victims of social suppression, she discovers her real identity. This is the story of how Tracy becomes involved in two murders in her small hometown in Oklahoma, winds up in jail, unravels the mystery of her fraudulent birth certificate and challenges a handsome cowboy to explain his early rejection of her love.
Editorial ReviewThis deftly coiled saga of two murders in a small Oklahoma town is a great read that offers a bonus: a peek into the women's movement of the early 1960s.--Michele Heeney, author of The Polka Dot Chair and The Monkey Tree "Davenport demonstrates greatness in detailing victims, perps, cops, investigators, family, and their compelling situations. Her characters are undeniably part of life and will expand your beliefs and humanity. You will recognize them and still be surprised. I enjoyed every page, and by the end, I felt I knew myself better. Both Murder Times Two and Davenport's first novel Saturday Matinee are fun, intriguing, and engaging reads. Who has time for less?"--Bob Keeton, host of the Living Successfully national radio talk show "Davenport's enticing mystery gives readers three powerful women, trailblazers who break the mold of conservative 1960s Southern culture, with shattering effects. Murder Times Two offers multiple enjoyments-definitely a good read."--Val Stasik, author of Incidental Daughter
About the AuthorMaxine Neely Davenport's writing evokes the toughness and passion of westerners born in the post-Steinbeck era, and portrays the struggles today's ranchers have with such problems as illegal migrant employees and cattle rustlers. Davenport grew up riding horses in Oklahoma's Hereford Heaven territory. In college, she won national awards as editor of the East Central Journal. At Colorado State University she received a master's degree in literature, followed by a law degree from Oklahoma University. She began writing fiction following a career in law and has completed three soon to be published novels and a number of prize winning short stories. While practicing law in Colorado Springs, she was active in Pikes Peak Writers and served as editor of The Pikes Peak Writer News Magazine. She traveled to China with other women lawyers and judges, the first People to People group allowed into that country. Later she accompanied a group of Heifer International personnel to Zimbabwe, Africa, where they visited farms and met with government officials. She spent one summer of law school at Queens college, Oxford, England, after touring Europe by automobile. Now living in Santa Fe, she keeps in touch with mountain climbing friends who shared her hikes up twenty-six of Colorado's fourteeners. Davenport is the mother of three children, with seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Number of Pages230
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