On July 4, 1946, Navy Captain Edward Lawson stole a secret seaplane for Soviet Union spies, but he and the plane crashed at sea. When historian Mike Howard is pressured by Lawson’s grandson, Jesse, from River Sunday, Maryland, to search for the traitor’s corpse, he refuses. However, Jesse convinces him there is more to the story. Mike’s investigation causes deadly threats from a large aircraft manufacturer, and Mike and his pilot pal, Robin, narrowly escape a team of killers. They know they must uncover the truth about Lawson and his airplane and bring it to someone they can trust. Mystery fiction, cozy mystery, suspense thriller, amateur sleuth, local interest Chesapeake, multicultural and diverse, romantic suspense, technology
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Thomas Hollyday’s River Sunday Romance Mystery Series uniquely seeks to illustrate modern themes as his fascinating and colorful local characters of River Sunday, Maryland, take on challenges of love as well as good and evil, mentored by a lingering presence of past history and valor. His novels, often nicknamed “pocket battleships” by fellow writers because of their multiple intertwined mystery plots and avid Chesapeake nature, have characters who challenge modern issues such as freedom and slavery, atomic war spies, brutal racial injustice, influences of space visitors in our past, terrorists, international jewel theft murders, treachery in war, an overwhelming fear hindering a father from saving his son, a deadly internet cult, and coming soon, an overwhelming and murderous environmental attack.