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ISBN:
0708977359
Author:
Ted Wood
Category:
Mystery
Language:
English
Publisher:
Linford Mystery; Large type / large print edition edition (August 1, 1995)
Pages:
384 pages
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1222 kb
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1878 kb
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1643 kb
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4.9
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The Killing Cold (LIN) (Linford Mystery). ISBN 9780708977354 (978-0-7089-7735-4) Softcover, Linford Mystery, 1995. Find signed collectible books: 'The Killing Cold (LIN) (Linford Mystery)'. Murder on Ice. by Ted Wood.

When the Killing Starts. A Reid Bennett Mystery. For my sister, Ann Hughes, "She settled for the looks. The free online library containing 450000+ books. Read books for free from anywhere and from any device. Listen to books in audio format instead of reading.

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Ted Wood Can Reid untangle the mystery before more blood gets shed? .

Canadian police chief Reid Bennett is back with his faithful dog Sam by his side. Can Reid untangle the mystery before more blood gets shed? He will have to act fast-an unseen hand seems willing to stop at nothing to keep its secrets safe. When the Killing Starts. Reid Bennett, police chief of tiny Murphy's Harbour in Canada, is looking forward to a month's vacation. He plans to spend time with his girlfriend Freda and he might even get to go fishing with his dog, Sam.

Wood Te. ed Wood Murder on Ice aka The Killing Cold The second book in the Reid Bennett series, 1984 For my mother, who taught me the value of words 1 A kid in a mackinaw jacket stumbled out of the fire door of th. . ed Wood Murder on Ice aka The Killing Cold The second book in the Reid Bennett series, 1984 For my mother, who taught me the value of words 1 A kid in a mackinaw jacket stumbled out of the fire door of the Lakeside Tavern and collapsed against the six-foot snowdrift under the emergency light. I watched from the police car as he rolled onto one elbow and pried himself erect, one hand cupped over his mouth. The second book in the Reid Bennett series, 1984. For my mother, who taught me the value of words.

The Killing Cold book. A mystery full of twists, Murder On Ice by Ted Wood is strongly recommended. Reid Bennett, the newest addition to Murphy's Harbor, Ontario, has. This second book in the series finds police Chief Reid Bennett still dealing with some of the repercussions from events in Dead In The Water. Long known for their summer tourism, one of the local business men has created a new event, the winter carnival.

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Ted has been a flyer, a beat cop, a pinboy, soda-jerk, freight porter and advertising hot-shot. He has also written dozens of short stories, hundreds of magazine articles including two long-running humour columns, television plays and one musical comedy. He has had fourteen books, thirteen of them novels, publishing in Canada, the . Britian, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, Holland, Italy and Japan. He has been widowed and married Mary in 1975. He is the father of three, stepfather to another three and granddad to a total of nine, counting steps and one step-step.

Winner of the Scribner Crime Novel Award, 1983. 'Mr. Wood plots well, thinks well, writes well, and knows the Canadian police and background from being part of it...' - Kenneth Hopkins, EASTERN DAILY PRESS. The second major case for Reid Bennett, the one-man police force of Murphy's Harbour, Ontario, began when the Queen of the Ice Festival was abducted from the stage right under his nose. However, a snowstorm made the roads impassable, and the kidnappers - members of the feminist Canadian League of Angry Women (CLAW) - were trapped in town. Bennett again steps outside the bounds of the law in order to discover the true purpose of the plot - and to save his own life.