Leith C. MacArthur: The Death of Harry Crow


Available July 15th – Click here to Pre-order

William Snow finds missing people, specifically children and teenagers. In fact, he has an unusual gift for it.

Approached by a friend he agrees to find 18-year old Laura Crow who is unaccounted for.

Snow doesn’t do this work alone, retired race boat driver Mooney is his sometime partner. Mooney is driven even more than Snow because of his own childhood. One lived in chronic abuse.

As Snow’s investigation begins, The Driver is at work making other people disappear. What was once an isolated missing person case shows itself to be a path to revenge and insanity for that man.

The Death of Harry Crow is a well structured and satisfying book. MacArthur is very good at introducing new characters as the story moves along. His adroit handling is seamless..

~ June Lorraine Roberts

 MurderInCommon.com is a Feedspot Top 100 Crime Novel Blog

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3 comments

  1. An amazing heroic read! An encouragement for the same unmet challenges of today! AmericaOnCoffee

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