D.C. Alexander talks new mystery novel ‘Friday Harbor’ at Griffin Bay Books

Submitted by Griffin Bay Bookstore

Griffin Bay Bookstore welcomes you to hear D.C. Alexander on his new mystery novel, Friday Harbor, on Thursday, April 11 at 7 p.m. in the bookstore café at 155 Spring Street in Friday Harbor.

D.C. Alexander is a former federal agent who investigated white-collar crime and international trade disputes between the United States and China for many years. You can also hear him present at the Friends of the San Juan Island Library annual meeting at the San Juan Island Library on Wednesday, April 10 at 5:30 p.m. His debut novel, The Legend of Devil’s Creek, was a #1 Best Seller. His second novel, The Shadow Priest, was described as “a great beach read” by the USA TODAY Network. He is a native of the Pacific Northwest. Friday Harbor is his sixth novel.

“It’s the Roaring Twenties: Jazz. Prohibition. Rumrunners. A boat is found adrift near the, its crew missing, its hold awash with blood. San Juan Islands Sheriff takes on a murder investigation with a list of suspects including rival rumrunners, temperance fanatics, anti-immigrant labor leaders, and the hatchet men of Seattle’s powerful underground crime syndicates. Fighting to protect his rural islands, and contending with a hidden array of informants and corrupt officials, the Sheriff races against a killer who continues to spill blood to cover his tracks.”

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