In Desert Run, Webb uses the true story of a 1944 prison break from a German POW camp in Arizona to frame . I love mysteries and Lena Jones mysteries are wonderful. Betty Webb has many characters in her stories, so I never guess ahead of time who did the murder.
In Desert Run, Webb uses the true story of a 1944 prison break from a German POW camp in Arizona to frame one of the best of her Lena Jones series. A film production company from Hollywood hires Lena to provide security for a documentary shoot at the site of the former World War II Papago German POW camp, where she becomes involved with more than security. I have read the first 4 books so far and will continue to read the rest.
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Things are never easy for Scottsdale private eye Lena Jones. A complex, stunning case based on real Arizona history, journalist Betty Webb, author of Desert Noir, Desert Wives, and Desert Run, spins an evocative, haunting story.
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Betty Webb is the author of two prize-winning mystery series - the Lena Jones books and the Gunn Zoo series. In DESERT RUN, Lena Jones discovers an elderly German beaten to death near a film set in a nearby park
Betty Webb is the author of two prize-winning mystery series - the Lena Jones books and the Gunn Zoo series. Before beginning to write full time, Betty was a journalist, interviewing everyone from . presidents, astronauts who walked on the moon, and Nobel Prize winners. Among other organzations, she is a member of the National Federation of Press Women and Mystery Writers of America. In DESERT RUN, Lena Jones discovers an elderly German beaten to death near a film set in a nearby park. She learns that the dead man was one of the 28 POWs who escaped from a Phoenix, Arizona, prisoner of war camp in 1944 - and may be connected to a long-ago murder.
Desert Lost Books by Betty Webb Lena Jones Mysteries Desert Noir Desert Wives Desert Shadows Desert Run Desert Cut Gunn Zoo Mystery The Anteater of Death. ww. ettywebb-mystery. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 2009924196.
Don’t bother driving in from Florence, I said. I didn’t mention the fire at Desert Investigations. What else? You know I have no personal life. Lena, are you ever going to do something about that?. Good foster mothers are like all good mothers: nosy. Hey, how’s that new painting class coming along?. Nice feint, since you’d rather not answer my question. Have it your way, then. My painting class, not that you’re really interested, is doing well. A couple of my students even have talent. A couple? How big is the class?.
Desert Noir is the first in Arizona writer Betty Webb’s Lena Jones series. As a journalist, Betty Webb interviewed . presidents, astronauts, and Nobel Prize winners, as well as the homeless, dying, and polygamy runaways. Lena is a private investigator with an office in the arts district of Scottsdale, Arizona. She’s tough and pushy and somewhat. The dark Lena Jones mysteries are based on stories she covered as a reporter. Betty’s humorous Gunn Zoo series debuted with the critically acclaimed The Anteater of Death, followed by The Koala of Death.
Desert Run. (Book in the Lena Jones Mystery Series). Things are never easy for Scottsdale private eye Lena Jones. Her partner in Desert Investigations is leaving for a wife and a job at Southwest MicroSystems
Desert Run. Her partner in Desert Investigations is leaving for a wife and a job at Southwest MicroSystems. Her old captain at the Scottsdale PD is moving home to Brooklyn.
Narrated by Marguerite Gavin. Lena, experienced in probing the past for answers to the central mystery of her own life-who is she?-learns that after their daring Christmas Eve escape Ernst and two other POWs had hid out in Arizona’s rugged Superstition Mountains. Nearby on Christmas night, a farm family, the Bollingers, had been slaughtered.