It looks like I got my wish (one of them anyway). I wanted there to be a sequel to Death Stalks Door County here is my review and I received it in the mail a week or so ago!
Dave Cubiak has been elected sheriff of Door County. He finds himself embroiled in the very type investigation he thought he had left behind when he left Chicago where he was a homocide detective. What he ultimately finds will shatter the reputation of three war veterans. It takes a lot of digging to get to bottom of this. He is still thinking about Cate who disappeared in the last book and who he misses. She makes a small appearance at the end--but will she stay? Will there be another in this series?
About the Book: (From the Publisher)
After tracking a clever killer in Death Stalks Door County, park ranger and former Chicago homicide detective Dave Cubiak is elected Door County sheriff. His newest challenge arrives as spring brings not new life but tragic death to the isolated fishing village of Gills Rock. Three prominent World War II veterans who are about to be honored for their military heroics die from carbon monoxide poisoning during a weekly card game. Blame falls to a faulty heater but Cubiak puzzles over details. When one of the widows receives a message claiming the men “got what they deserved,” he realizes that there may be more to the deaths than a simple accident.
Investigating, Cubiak discovers that the men’s veneer of success and respectability hides a trail of lies and betrayal that stems from a single, desperate act of treachery and eventually spreads a web of deceit across the peninsula. In a dark, moody tale that spans more than half a century, Cubiak encounters a host of suspects with motives for murder. Amid broken dreams, corruption, and loss, he sorts out the truth. Death at Gills Rock is the second book in Patricia Skalka’s Dave Cubiak Door County Mystery series.
This book will be published on 6/23/15-for more information on where to purchase it go to the author's website.
About the Author: (from University of Wisconsin Press)
Skalka is a former freelancer for Reader's Digest, specializing in medical and human-interest stories. She has worked as a magazine editor and writing instructor. A Chicago native, she lives in the city but takes time off at her cottage in Door County.
Website URL: www.PatriciaSkalka.com
Blog URL: www.booksinbrief.net
Facebook URL: https://www.facebook.com/patricia.skalka.1
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