Fiction that takes place in the Adirondacks or is written by Adirondack-based authors.
On June 4, 1982, the body of a young woman surfaced from 300 feet of water in Lake Placid, New York. Because of the depth and intense cold of the water, the body, which was determined by medical examiners to have been submerged for over twenty years, was remarkably well-preserved. At the time, the authorities were unable to establish the identity of the woman but concluded that her death had been violent.
Great, fast paced fiction taking place near Lake Placid in the Adirondack Park.
In the autumn of 1916, Americans are debating whether to enter the first world war. There are 'preparedness parades', and headlines report German spies. But in an isolated community in the Adirondacks in upstate New York, the danger is barely felt. At Tamarack Lake the focus is on the sick. Wealthy tubercular patients live in private cure cottages; charity patients, many of them recent immigrants from Europe, fill the sanatorium.
This vivid historical novel is set in the North Country during the wild days of Prohibition.
Adirondack Detective is the first novel in an engaging series that tells the tale of private investigator Jason Black as he fights crime in the Adirondacks.
Adirondack Detective #2
Adirondack Detective #3
Adirondack Detective #4
Adirondack Detective #5
Adirondack Detective #6
A tale of friendship and danger in a struggling Adirondack mining town.
A collection of many thrilling mysteries that take place in the Adirondack Mountains.
A wonderful collection of Adirondack stories.