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Shepherd's Call

by Angie Counios & David Gane

tagged: mysteries & detective stories, amateur sleuth
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list price: $19.95
edition:Paperback
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pages: 448
ISBN:9781988783772
publisher: Your Nickel's Worth Publishing
Description

Between right and wrong, it’s Shepherd’s call.

Charlie Wolfe vanishes from Tony Shepherd’s high school graduation, leaving only a cryptic message asking for help. On his own, Tony must summon all the skills he’s learned over the years to find his friend. He’ll leave the safety of home and family to face off against old foes and uncover the truth of Charlie’s disappearance.

But things are more complicated and dangerous than he realizes, and he’ll have to choose just how far he’s willing to go to save his friend.

About the Authors

Angie Counios

ANGIE COUNIOS teaches by day, and writes film scripts and fiction the rest of the time. When she’s not teaching or writing, she’s packing a bag for another adventure, completing a goal list, playing with her camera or practising yoga. DAVID GANE is a writer, teacher, and stay-at-home dad. He writes film scripts and fiction, and has also composed poetry, plays, and academic film reviews. He occasionally teaches screenwriting at the University of Regina.
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David Gane

ANGIE COUNIOS teaches by day, and writes film scripts and fiction the rest of the time. When she’s not teaching or writing, she’s packing a bag for another adventure, completing a goal list, playing with her camera or practising yoga. DAVID GANE is a writer, teacher, and stay-at-home dad. He writes film scripts and fiction, and has also composed poetry, plays, and academic film reviews. He occasionally teaches screenwriting at the University of Regina.
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