Fledgling P.I. Devon MacDonald is drawn into a complicated case involving the search for a compatible bone-marrow donor, a situation arising from Benjamin Levy's long-ago sperm bank donation and his son's present-day leukemia. Reprint. K.
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Nancy Baker Jacobs is the award-winning author of 13 crime novels, including the Devon MacDonald private eye series; FLASH POINT (featuring arson investigator Susan Delancey) and STAR STRUCK (introducing "Hollywood Star" reporter Quinn Collins), both first installments in new mystery series, STAR SEARCH (a Quinn Collins novella); and seven suspense novels. Her latest suspense offering, RICOCHET, was chosen by the Mystery Writers of America as a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award.
As Nancy C. Baker, she's also written six nonfiction books on subjects ranging from black market adoption to breast cancer.
Nancy Baker Jacobs has worked as a private detective, a university professor and administrator, and a journalist. She lives on California's Monterey Peninsula.
"Original plotting...a heroine who's gutsy but no superwoman...a welcome addition to the genre."
"An engrossing plot with fascinating characters....Nancy Baker Jacobs has created a great new character in Devon MacDonald, P.I., and mystery readers will be happy to great this new rising star."
"The Turquoise Tattoo is replete with deft, satisfying characters....The action is swift and believable."
"Nancy Baker Jacobs's promising mystery debut...packs enough excitement and provocative questions to be well worth the reader's time."
"If you're a mystery fan in search of a vibrant new P.I., then here's your man...er, woman....It's easy to like this fast-paced, concise...mystery."
--West Coast Review of Books
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Descripción Pocket, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0671755358
Descripción Estado de conservación: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Nº de ref. de la librería 97806717553551.0