The Crow Flies South For The Winter

by R.M. Ferrier on Feb 25, 2016 in Mystery via Best Books
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Widowed, disheartened and with the frailties of old age wearing him down, a reluctant snowbird finds himself packed up and shipped south by his overbearing family.

Leaving behind the only home he has known for seventy-nine years, he arrives in idyllic Bronsfield, Georgia unaware that he is about to be plunged headfirst into a simmering southern hotbed of mystery and intrigue.

If he came to the South hoping to find some rest, that is the last thing he will find here. There is more going on at The Yellow Moon Apartments than at first meets the eye. In a place where unusual behaviour appears to be the norm, anything can happen – and it does! Secrets are revealed, new horrors realized and, unwittingly, this old crow finds himself a captive witness to it all.

A story full of surprises that will grab hold of you and not let go.

About the author:

R.M. Ferrier is an author of mystery fiction; The Crow Flies South For The Winter, his first novel which was published in 2014, The House Of The Black Goat that was published in 2015 and Cemetery Side Road, also published in 2015. Growing up on a fourth generation family farm on the Scotch Line Road in Eastern Ontario has provided inspiration to draw from; many local landmarks and characters in rural Lanark County have found their way into his novels.

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