Linda M Vogt
No Thru Road
Newspaper reporter Riley Logan is looking forward to a peaceful week when she goes with her best friend Marie to beautiful Galiano Island, B.C. Instead, the two find themselves in the middle of an environmental clash, a decades-old mystery and the murder of a well-loved islander. The women stay at the Cliffhouse, a funky waterfront cottage Riley has inherited from her aunt, where they discover 60-year-old letters that may hold important clues. And then strange things start happening on Galiano... a ferry rams the dock, an oil slick coats the harbor and Riley's new love interest, Kit, disappears and is named a suspect in the murder. Will Riley and Marie use her aunt's letters to solve the murder? What did someone hide on nearby Wallace Island that could break the case open? And what happened to Kit? The answers to those questions, along with love, adventure and a dash of humor, can be found in Linda M. Vogt's debut novel No Thru Road
About The Author:
Linda M. Vogt is a freelance writer/photographer and former community college journalism instructor. She has written and published over 50 feature stories for The Oregonian and done professional photography for several colleges and universities. In her career as an educator, Linda was the journalism instructor and adviser for the weekly student newspaper at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, Oregon, for 21 years. Prior to that, she taught high school English and journalism at Gladstone High School in Oregon, and was a reporter for a weekly newspaper.
Linda produces concerts for a four-woman band, Motherlode, and teaches mandolin and ukulele at women's music camps. She is also a coordinator of the annual Northwest Women's Music Celebration, held at a YMCA camp near Portland, Oregon. Linda lives near Portland with her 15-pound terrier mix, Scout. When she's not busy writing, she enjoys camping, taking road trips, fishing and watching Oregon Duck football. (from the publisher’s website)