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Book 4 in the Pepper Bibeau mystery series, and a stand-alone novel set in scenic Wisconsin, released on January 17, 2016.
BEFORE I STARTED WRITING the first draft of Neshoto Junction Homicide, I had completed the preliminary research to get a feel for the story. In this case, the research was all fun. The story is set in a fictitious county modeled after my hometown, which is located at the junction of two healthy rivers that flow into Lake Michigan. The surrounding area is beautiful with open country and pine forests. Its history includes settlements of Native Americans and the Wisconsin Glacier that formed lakes, rivers, and even Niagara Falls.
My experience with family genealogical research has been beneficial in my research for my novels. Because locating ancestors can require good detective work, I've found that the process also helps with detailing mystery plotlines.
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