North Dakota Neighbor

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North Dakota Neighbor

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Length: 242 pages3 hours


Private Investigator Matt Malone is on the prowl again. This time he is looking for Brad Harper, a missing husband, who left his wife and kids with nothing but tons of debt.

Unfortunately, the hunt for Harper is put on hold when Margaret Grimshaw, an elderly neighbor, drags the investigator into another case. Skeletal remains are uncovered on land that Evan Cox, a philanthropist and friend of Margaret's, recently donated to the Anoka-Hennepin School District. A new middle school may never get built unless Malone can prove the property wasn't used as an Indian burial site.

Discussions with Dr. Ted Raines, head of the University of Minnesota's Anthropology Department and Dr. Russell, an Anoka County Coroner, don't reveal much. Relying on his instincts, Malone embarks on a journey to Bismark, North Dakota to seek a professor of Indian culture who may be able to unravel the mystery.

Getting more than he bargained for, Malone comes to terms with a Native American Indian belief, life is a circle. It is woven together by thin threads and all things being connected. Now, he must return to Minnesota, the place where both his cases began, to finish one unbelievable circle of life.

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