The Alpine Nemesis

The Alpine Nemesis

Mary Daheim / Jun 02, 2020

The Alpine Nemesis DEAD NEWS DAYTwo months after an unlucky snowboarder vanished on the slopes above Alpine his disappearance is old copy Emma Lord publisher of the Alpine Advocate is back to writing about graduation

  • Title: The Alpine Nemesis
  • Author: Mary Daheim
  • ISBN: 9780345421258
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • DEAD NEWS DAYTwo months after an unlucky snowboarder vanished on the slopes above Alpine, his disappearance is old copy Emma Lord, publisher of the Alpine Advocate, is back to writing about graduations and the latest outbreak of chicken pox until the town s oldest family feud flares up, leaving three people dead, their bodies stowed in a meat freezer The startling discovDEAD NEWS DAYTwo months after an unlucky snowboarder vanished on the slopes above Alpine, his disappearance is old copy Emma Lord, publisher of the Alpine Advocate, is back to writing about graduations and the latest outbreak of chicken pox until the town s oldest family feud flares up, leaving three people dead, their bodies stowed in a meat freezer The startling discovery of a fourth body sharing the victims chilly repose launches Emma on the story of a lifetime But as she races to scoop the upstart radio station with the late breaking news, Emma unwittingly uncovers a shocking conspiracy that will change her life forever AD ALL ABOUT IT The Alpine AdvocateNovels by Mary DaheimBONUS FEATURE My Alpine by Mary Daheim

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      • Mary Daheim

        Seattle native Mary Richardson Daheim has been fascinated by story telling since early childhood She first listened, then read, and finally began to write her own fiction when she was ten A journalism major at the University of Washington, she was the first female editor of The Daily where she attracted national attention with her editorial stance against bigotry After getting her B.A she worked in newspapers and public relations, but in her spare time she tried her hand at novels In 1983, Daheim s first historical romance was published, followed by a half dozen before she switched genres to her original fictional love, mysteries Just Desserts and Fowl Prey, the first books of thirty in the Bed and Breakfast series were released in 1991 A year later, the Emma Lord series made its debut with The Alpine Advocate Daheim has also written several short stories for mystery anthologies and magazines Married to professor emeritus and playwright David Daheim, the couple lives in Seattle and has three grown daughters She has been an Agatha Award nominee, winner of the 2000 Pacific Northwest Writers Association Achievement Award, and her mysteries regularly make the USA Today bestseller list and the New York Times top thirty.


    274 Comments

    1. I usually read her books and think nothing of them one way or the other. But this one may be the last. OMG! I really did not see this train wreck coming, and you won't either. Although, this was by far the BEST book in the series.


    2. Not much to distinguish this episode in the Alpine mystery series from others in the series except for the rather surprising ending. But even that seemed contrived and came too late with little development. Not the author's best effort but I will continue to read the series.


    3. This episode is an example of why I am hooked on this series. The characters return in the continuing saga set in Alpine, Washinton. The mystery is once again solid and sometimes downright baffling. The ending is a shocker that makes me want to start on the next book right away.


    4. WOW, ok did not see that coming. The mystery was really great but the changes in Emma's personal life went from "meh" to "OMG" in the matter of a page. Totally loved it. Can't wait to see the direction this takes.


    5. What a frustrating ending. Frustrating. Frustrating. I do not know if this is the last book I will read in this series or not. Actually, this book's whole story line was frustrating to me on some level.



    6. I find the Emma Lord series to be very enjoyable, In a time when so many series seem to be dumbed-down, this one isn't.



    7. #14 in Emma Lord mystery series. I couldn't get excited about reading this just now, so I've abandoned it for later, perhaps.






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