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Murder in the Mist Eleanor Clarke Yukic

Murder in the Mist

Eleanor Clarke Yukic

Published August 28th 2000
ISBN : 9780738815077
Paperback
244 pages
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Jim Collins and his girlfriend arrive in Paris for a romantic getaway to Southern France and are immediately involved in a web of intrigue--their vacation route marred by malevolent incidents--a kidnapping, the collapse of a grandstand, thugsMoreJim Collins and his girlfriend arrive in Paris for a romantic getaway to Southern France and are immediately involved in a web of intrigue--their vacation route marred by malevolent incidents--a kidnapping, the collapse of a grandstand, thugs shadowing them, a murdered woman and attempts on their lives.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:A native Californian, Eleanor Clarke Yukics youth was spent at the beach or in the mountains where she developed an early love of the out-of-doors. She worked 25 summers at camp, 10 counseling and 15 directing, and has hiked wilderness trails in the US and Canada- the Milford and Abel Tasmin tracks, New Zealand- Lake County in Great Britain- the Pyrenees of France. Yukic has BA and MA degrees from UCLA and worked as a teacher and with youth organizations for 38 years. Shes been active with the American Camping Association, Red Cross and teachers groups. Since retiring she writes fulltime. She has three adult children. Yukic lives in Northern California with her faithful German Shepherd and stays in shape lap swimming and by daily hikes to enjoy the sights and smells of nature while fantasizing a scene for her latest novel. Her prior published mystery is The Devils Punchbowl.