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19th century murder mystery subject of R. E. Miller's debut novel "The Cogan Legend"
Sunbury Press has released author R. E. Miller's debut novel "The Cogan Legend" about a mysterious murder in the hills of central Pennsylvania.
About the book:
The Cogan, a mysterious stretch of Pennsylvania with towering hills, swooping trees and narrow roads, claims the life of a lovely young woman, best friend to Ann Fairchild, a passionate, headstrong girl and heiress to the family fortune. Barely escaping with her life, Ann succumbs to shock and is unable to recall exactly what happened that cold, wintry day in the Cogan. Ann’s own guilt gnaws at her. It’s because of her that Rachel is dead. She’s the one to blame! She’s the one whose escapades tarnished the Fairchild name, and she’s the one who disobeyed her father and lied.
Ann’s new suitor, Army Lieutenant Phillip Matter, hunts for the killer. Driven by guilt and shame for not saving the girls from harm that day, he grows increasingly more frustrated as he scours the Cogan for a killer he knows is still there. The Lieutenant thought it would be easy to find the killer. He was mistaken. A promise that Lieutenant Matter wishes he’d never made turns his happy life with Ann miserable and threatens to take away everything he loves and lives for if he doesn’t fulfill it.
The Cogan Legend
Authored by R. E. Miller
List Price: $16.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on White paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Historical
About the author:
R. E. Miller was born and raised in central Pennsylvania where the inspiration for the novel evolved. For this new author a thought led to an idea and then this story. He is retired from grants administration and enjoys spending time with family and friends and is most at home waking up and breathing the sweet air of the peaceful surrounding mountains. He is a true outdoorsman.
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