Orchid Blues by Stuart Woods
Orchid Blues marks the return of one of the most engaging new heroines of suspense, small-town chief of police Holly Barker, a young woman Entertainment Weekly called ‘tough and tight-lipped [and] fun to watch’ when she was introduced in Orchid Beach a few years ago. In this second adventure, Holly and her extraordinary Doberman, Daisy, track a very unusual band of thieves.

Holly is on her way - with steady beau, Jackson’s Oxenhandler - to a once-in-a-lifetime celebration, when the festivities are shattered by a brutal crime that takes place too close to home. A highly disciplined team of men hits a local Orchid Beach, Florida, business, and the waves from the robbery nearly capsize Holly’s life. She vows to find the culprits - who have been careful enough to leave nothin behind except the corpse of an innocent bystander - and soon she discovers evidence that leads her into the midst of a clan whose members are ass mysterious as they are zealous. Holly’s father, Ham, a retired Army chief master sergeant, is her ticket into the strange world this group inhabits, and what Ham learns there boggles the minds of Holly and her FBI contact, Harry Crisp.

Holly and Ham are sucked into a whirlpool of crazed criminality, and in the end, even the FBI can do little to help them. This time, Holly, Ham and Daisy are on their own, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.

Hardcover 2001 edition. Ex-library book.

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Orchid Blues by Stuart Woods

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