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Fort Point by Susan Page Davis

04/06/2021

An ill-fated class reunion at Fort Point. . .
Maine’s most famous author is murdered the night after the reunion.
A classmate turns up dead a few days later, apparently drowned at Fort Point.
What does a cold case burglary have to do with the deaths?
And did a third classmate really commit suicide?
The Priority Unit solves its most challenging case, relying on wits, hard work, and faith. Meanwhile, Jennifer Wainthrop plans her wedding but manages to hand the detectives some important clues.
Detective Harvey Larson is offered a job he doesn’t want, until he learns the police chief has had a tragic accident. Captain Mike Browning is on vacation in Maine's far north, and proves a difficult man to track down.
Harvey and Jennifer continue their faith journey and romance while untangling the evidence.
Despite many obstacles, the Priority Unit is once again serving up Maine Justice.

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