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A Dredging in Swann

The Seb Creek Mysteries #1

by Tim Garvin

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A Dredging in Swann by Tim Garvin
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    Jan 2020, 304 pages

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Tim Garvin's A Dredging in Swann is an impressively staged crime novel set in North Carolina.

A Dredging in Swann, set in fictional Swann County, North Carolina, centers around fresh-out-of-the-box Sheriff's Detective Seb Creek, a former Marine MP afflicted with post-traumatic stress disorder resulting from time served overseas.

At the commencement of the novel, Seb is tasked with investigating the suspicious death of Leo Sackler, an elderly black man in his seventies who was recently released from prison after 48 years served for the brutal axe-murder of a wealthy local white man.

Elsewhere in Swann County, another veteran, Cody Cooper, engages in the federal crime of poaching Venus flytraps. While out poaching one evening, he witnesses a tragic accident involving two military helicopters that crash into each other while returning to base. He stumbles upon three Stinger missiles, dropped from one of the helicopters immediately prior to the accident. Seeing an opportunity...

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