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Post facto /

by Wimberley, Darryl [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sag Harbor, NY : The Permanent Press, [2018]Edition: First edition.Description: 248 pages ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781579625559; 157962555X.Subject(s): Women journalists -- Fiction | Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction | Corruption -- Fiction | Unidentified flying objects -- Sightings and encounters -- Fiction | Detective and mystery fiction | Paranormal fiction | Mystery fictionSummary: "Clara Buchanan has run her modest hometown newspaper for just over a year when an epidemic of paranormal sightings breaks the usual fare of football scores and family reunions. Flying saucers and dead relatives come to visit? Fake news. Clearly. But then Hiram Lamb is found gut-shot on family property in the company of his adopted brother, and Clara's confidence to distinguish fact from fiction erodes when her own investigation becomes guided or influenced by phenomena which she can neither discount nor explain"-- Provided by publisher.
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"Clara Buchanan has run her modest hometown newspaper for just over a year when an epidemic of paranormal sightings breaks the usual fare of football scores and family reunions. Flying saucers and dead relatives come to visit? Fake news. Clearly. But then Hiram Lamb is found gut-shot on family property in the company of his adopted brother, and Clara's confidence to distinguish fact from fiction erodes when her own investigation becomes guided or influenced by phenomena which she can neither discount nor explain"--

"Clara Buchanan has run her modest hometown newspaper for just over a year when an epidemic of paranormal sightings breaks the usual fare of football scores and family reunions. Flying saucers and dead relatives come to visit? Fake news. Clearly. But then Hiram Lamb is found gut-shot on family property in the company of his adopted brother, and Clara's confidence to distinguish fact from fiction erodes when her own investigation becomes guided or influenced by phenomena which she can neither discount nor explain"-- Provided by publisher.

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