Suspense--Murder--Revenge Fern Lake is located near the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, which supplies water for the City of Middlesboro, KY. Mark Alexander, the son of David Alexander (The Color of Roses) is the Police Chief of the city and finds himself in the middle of a serial killer accosting university co-eds with rape and murder. A millionaire's sons find themselves a person of interest in the Mystery at Fern Lake. Guide through page after page and discover: Fred Cody's Media Empire destroyed, A wrong death civil lawsuit against the City and their Police Chief, A young mother to two, a witness that sends a drug dealer to prison, falls prey to evil doers in the mountains that lead to Harlan, KY. Then there's Karen Bland, a 'fireball' Commonwealth of Kentucky Attorney--The Trial of the Decade, Mystery at Fern Lake involving the Barrington boys, James and John. Will you enjoy the 'fiesty' Daily News reporter, Alex Thomas, who delights in "getting in someone's face" to get the scoop.
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About the Author
R. L. Longworth, a retired minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, is a native of Kentucky. He reflects on life in a small southern town. This is a sequel of The Color of Roses, with the Alexander family as the main characters in the novel. You will be delighted at the humor, language and human interest stories of the droll affability of the locals in Southeast Kentucky. The setting could be any small town in the South -- and the next novel--Wallace Lane is situated in Bean Station, Tennessee.