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N.A. Granger

Noelle Granger Updated March 22, 2015




N.A. Granger

Author Details

Pen Name
N.A. Granger
Where I Live
Chapel Hill, NC USA
N.A. GRANGER is a professor Emerita at UNC-Chapel Hill School of Medicine. After forty years of research and teaching undergraduates and medical residents, she decided to turn her anatomy knowledge to the craft of mystery writing. In addition to the Rhe Brewster series, she has written for Deep South and Sea Level magazines and The Bella Online Literary Review. You can find more of her writings and musings on her website: She lives with her husband in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and spends a portion of every summer in Maine.

On an icy February morning, Rhe Brewster, an emergency room nurse with a nose for investigation, is called to a dock in the harbor of the small coastal town of Pequod, Maine. A consultant to the Pequod Police Department, Rhe is responding to a discovery by one of the local lobstermen: a finger caught in one of his traps. The subsequent finding of the body of a young girl, wrapped in a sail and without a finger, sends the investigation into high gear and reveals the existence of three other missing girls as well as a childhood friend of Rhe’s. Battered by vitriolic objections from her husband about her work, the pregnant Rhe continues her search, dealing with unexpected obstacles and ultimately facing the challenge of crossing an enormous frozen bog to save herself. Will she survive? Is the kidnapper someone she knows? In Death in a Dacron Sail, the second book in the Rhe Brewster Mystery Series, Rhe’s nerves and endurance are put to the test as the kidnapper’s action hits close to home.

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