Drowning in Deception
In mid September of 1943, Detroit private detective Sam Flanagan is contacted by the husband of a woman who drowned in their backyard pool six weeks ago. The case has been described by the authorities as “accidental.”
But Victor Girard, the husband, has troubling thoughts that continue to linger in his mind.
When Sam delves into the case, he questions the deceased’s state of mind that fateful evening in early August. Was this really accidental, or was the end result intentional on the part of the woman?
Judith G. White is an American author with a major in history from Western Michigan University. She currently works part time at The Henry Ford, America’s Greatest History Attraction. She lives in Detroit with her husband and two children.
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