Murder beside the Salish Sea
Just as Brock Harker starts having trouble dealing with the 85 missions he’s flown, he gets reassigned home when they want to rotate him out of combat duty. But that doesn’t mean he’s out of the war. Home is the only clue to finding his wife Amy even if he hadn’t heard from her since before Pearl Harbor. After all he was in China with the Flying Tigers when the war started and she’s half Japanese. Coming home, even to find her, isn’t a pleasant thought though. He was thrown out for even announcing he was engaged. There are only more questions when his wife ends up in the only place she should never be. Home with the man that threw him out. Then, when they find his father dead after an argument, he’s considered a prime suspect. No one is who they seem to be as the clues unravel and more bodies pile up. Finding his wife turns out to be the least of his worries now as everything he knows about home comes into question. Even his father. More than murder hides in the mist.