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Orebed Lake

Mystery and Conflict in an Adirondack Hamlet

The two fish and wildlife biologists introduced in Salt Marsh Slider  encounter  unexplained happenings in a hard-luck community.

 2008; ISBN 978-0-9764263-5-6

 5.5 x 8.5 inch paperback

 234 pages

 $16.95 postpaid


A strange legacy brings Fish and Wildlife Service biologists to the Adirondack hamlet of Orebed Lake. While investigating a possibly endangered plant species, they find a community in conflict, coming to grips with its long decline, and in violent disagreement over causes and remedies. Rumors of a long-ago murder, smoldering family feuds, and the menace of both natural and man-made agents keep the two biologists on their toes.

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Salt Marsh Slider

Fish and Wildlife Biologists, Endangered Species, and Intrigue on a National Wildlife Refuge

Fish and wildlife biologists encounter adventure and some real-world problems in this new work of fiction.

 2008; ISBN 978-0-9764263-4-9

 5.5 x 8.5 inch paperback

 244 pages;

 $14.95 postpaid


A kind of rare turtle found in only one small area of wetlands, two Fish and Wildlife Biologists struggling against a slow-moving bureaucracy, a wife-beater, a menagerie of local characters, and an illegal toxic waste disposal business combine to set off a strange series of events on a new National Wildlife Refuge.