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Anonymous reviewed Dirty Water (Peter Bartholomew, Bk 9) on
copyrights 1998 a pair, on there second go at marriage ,come hell or hi water to make it work out, but the honeymoon's cut short by a phone call from the police of Nashtoba island ,telling them to return home Pete is the guy on the honey moon,his old friend SARAH eighty eight or so has made a rather startling confession. she says she shot a man in the head, And soon Pete and new wife Connie discover the rest of Sarah's story ,After returning home,And if thats not enough excitment for one honeymoon a hurricane is set to slam into the island,The churning power is nothing compared to the destructive force of dark memorie sand secret sins about to surface in dirty water,a very good mystery, I could read this book again!!
Sarah Abrew insists she shot Webster Sutton with his own gun to protect a young girl "Web" was trying to molest. But somehow the story doesn't fit together as she tells it. Pete and Connie Bartholomew, newly remarried, return from their honeymoon to try to figure out the mystery--and save 88-year-old Sarah from jail!
Dirty Water is the first book I'v read by Sally Gunning. The "detectives" in the story are Pete and Connie Bartholomew, owners of an Odd-Job business. In this installment, they are compelled to help an elderly friend, who has confessed to murder. The facts don't add up, however and soon they are embroiled in a decades-old mystery. I loved this book and will look for more by her.
Pete and Connie Bartholomew are making a second go at marriage and they are determined to make it work. A murder in a small town makes that decision complicated when it brings a truth no one in town wants to hear.