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By Ted Wood

Reid Bennett, the latest addition to Murphy-s Harbor, Ontario, has launched into his moment case. through the Ice competition, there's a unexpected blackout and the Queen of the Ice pageant disappears; in truth she-s been abducted! individuals of a feminist anti-pageant crew are suspected, yet Reid suspects anything fishy. He needs to reveal the organizer of the abduction -- and check out to not get himself killed.

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My own plan was to make a formal appearance, shake a few hands, and pick up my date, a woman called Val Summers from Toronto. She’s the widow of a policeman I’d worked with there. I met her once when he was alive, but I’d slowly worked up to a real friendship over the last few months on my trips to the city. Now she had left her two boys with their grandmother and was coming up to stay with me for the weekend. She was meeting me at the dance and then we would head back to my place with its warm wood stove.

Other works by Ted Wood also available in e-reads editions When the Killing Starts Corkscrew Live Bait Dead in the Water For my mother, who taught me the value of words Table of Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter 13 Chapter 14 Chapter 15 Chapter 16 Chapter 17 Chapter 18 Chapter 19 Murder on Ice 1 A kid in a mackinaw jacket stumbled out of the fire door of the Lakeside Tavern and collapsed against the six-foot snowdrift under the emergency light.

She had a rich girl’s prettiness and all the grace that money and training could provide. They circled once while the audience cheered and whistled. Then they moved to center stage, one by one. The local girls did their best, moving with their own innate grace and any skills they might have picked up from watching actresses on TV. Then Nancy Carmichael came to center stage, one foot drawn up behind her the way she must have been taught. She smiled down into our eyes, did the things with her lips that models do in hair-care commercials, and it was all over but the crowning.

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