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A former missionary and lifelong mystery buff, Rosey now makes her home in the South where she writes and speaks full time
When an old recluse dies behind locked doors, the doctor says. The side story was much more interesting than the central theme. A little long and got a little boring. A former missionary and lifelong mystery buff, Rosey now makes her home in the South where she writes and speaks full time.
The who-dunnit portion of Ms. Dow's latest effort is so well done, I defy anyone to guess the criminal's identity.
a Trent Tyson historical mystery. by Rosey Dow. Published 2000 by WinePress Pub. in Enumclaw, WA. Written in English. Dayton, Dayton (Tenn. Includes bibliographical references (p. 395-396) and index.
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Deputy Sheriff Trent Tyson doesn't give the case another thought until the medical examiner finds poison. Within a week Tyson is on the tenuous trail of a murderer who snuffs out the unwanted, the lame, the helpless.
"John Scopes was innocent," announces Ms. Dow. "He never taught evolution and, in fact, was not a biology teacher." Yet hundreds of reporters poured into tiny Dayton, Tennessee to see him tried and convicted. Radios across the nation broadcast every word of the trial to a populace with its ear pressed to the receiver determined not to miss a single word. Few knew the truth even then.
In page-turning fiction style, Rosey Dow weaves the factual account of the trial with a murder mystery to show this issue's relevance to modern America. In his foreword, Scopes Specialist Dr. Richard Cornelius says, "Rosey Dow has been meticulous in her research and painstaking in her attempts at historical accuracy." She portrays William Jennings Bryan as the quick-witted, compassionate man that he was and reveals the brilliant tactics used by Clarence Darrow to undercut his opponent. Definitive and compelling, Reaping the Whirlwind puts the past in perspective and plots a roadmap to the present.
Have you ever wanted to know the truth behind the famous Scopes trial but didn't want to take the time to pour over dry documents? Rosey Dow has woven a thrilling murder mystery around the actual historic facts of the trial, providing the reader an intriguing and entertaining way to understand the impact of this famous trial. A captivating story that makes history come alive?