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Titel: The Eye of the Virgin: An Ike Schwartz Mystery
Autor/en: Frederick Ramsay
Autor/en: Frederick Ramsay
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1. Juli 2010 - kartoniert - 239 Seiten
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Praise for The Eye of the Virgin...
"[The Eye of the Virgin] has Ramsay's trademark folksy touch, a well-rounded cast of characters, and brisk and believable dialogue, this time with an international scope. Ike Schwartz's outings just keep getting better." -Booklist
On the same evening a body is left in Picketsville's urgent care clinic, a mysterious break-in occurs at the house of one of Callend University's faculty. Sheriff Ike Schwartz thinks both events might be connected to The Virgin of Tenderness, an icon in the faculty member's possession.
Then, what appears to be a microdot is found on the icon. In an era of sophisticated cyber-encrypted information transfer, the presence of this bit of CIA nostalgia brings in Ike's friend Charlie Garland and the forces from Langley.
Ike has no wish to engage with them or their problems. He has killers to apprehend-in spite of the meddling by government agencies. But there is more to these murders than meets the eye. A dead CIA agent and a rogue handler could trigger an international incident....
Dr. Frederick Ramsay received his doctorate from the University of Illinois and taught at the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. In 1971 he was ordained an Episcopal priest. He is also an iconographer whose works are displayed around the world. He lives in Surprise, Arizona, with his wife and partner, Susan. The Eye of the Virgin is sixth in his Ike Schwartz series.
Dr. Frederick Ramsay was born in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his doctorate from the University of Illinois. After a stint in the Army, he joined the faculty of the University of Maryland, School of Medicine. In 1971 he was ordained an Episcopal priest. He is the author of several scientific and general articles, tracts, theses, and co-author of "The Baltimore Declaration." He is an accomplished public speaker and once hosted a television spot, "Prognosis, "on the evening news for WMAR-TV, Baltimore. He is also an iconographer with works displayed around the world. He lives in Surprise, Arizona with his wife and partner, Susan.
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