Two Tickets and a Feather;Future of Her Past, Another Alaskan Mystery (Paperback)

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Newlyweds, Doug and Mara Williams, chose to settle in Homer, Alaska, owning both a small home on the bluffs overlooking lower Cook Inlet and a fishing seiner docked among a fleet of other working boats in the picturesque harbor at the end of the Homer Spit. With the warning prophecies of Alaska native elder Joe Michael already faced and resolved in the first book in this series, "Feather From a Stranger", the newlyweds undertake their final preparations before they leave for the Sitka herring fishery. Thanks to the amazing sacrifice made for them by Joe Michael, they set out for their first adventure as a married couple in Doug's seiner, the Fire Ring Roamer, no longer fearful of tlle future of their past—until,on her last day of work, Mara receives another mysterious message. With its setting in many Alaska locations, "Two Tickets and a Feather" is the second in this mystery series and the sequel to "Feather from a Stranger."

Praise For…

Schlegelmilch delivers strength of plot line, continued development of familiar characters, and surprising punch throughout the read, resulting in a spirited addition to the canon of Alaska Mystery novels.~Kersten Christianson, "Alaska Women Speak"

A South American drug cartel, revenge killing, and as the title suggests, two tickets and a mysterious feather all come together to keep you on the edge of you seat.~Dick Lowthian

Once more the intrigue flows, while fascination and curiosity are close companions—plots explode and new twists are woven into the fabric of this fantastic mystery. What a brilliant sequel to "Feather from a Stranger"—a story with different turns, new characters interwoven with the old, new plots crossing previous paths . . . and when finished, the tapestry glows with all the various threads so carefully tied together.~Winnie Roggenbuck

Product Details
ISBN: 9781594332210
Publisher: Publication Consultants
Publication Date: March 15th, 2011
Pages: 212