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Silent River is a fictionalized version of a real investigation in the late 1950s in Portland, Oregon, a time when money and power ruled the city

Saturday, June 29th, 2019
Silent
River
by
C.M. Weaver
Genre:
Psychological Thriller
 
A
gripping psychological thriller inspired by true events.

 

 

Robert
Collins is Portland’s best investigative detective. When the
Stevens family goes missing, he goes to work. As he uncovers clues
the family may have been targeted for a professional hit by organized
crime, it gets personal.

 

 

Too
personal. Can he face down his inner demons before he loses
himself?

 

 

He
confronts the mob and police bureaucracy to find the missing family.
Jake, partner and friend, thinks he’s spiraling into obsession, when
Robert’s taken off the case but refuses to give up the
investigation.

 

 

Can
he get past this shameless tragedy and his own past to move on with
his life?

 

 

Silent
River
 is
a fictionalized version of a real investigation in the late 1950s in
Portland, Oregon, a time when money and power ruled the city. This
story will appeal to fans of true crime and detective fiction alike.
Readers who enjoy Ann Rule, Rex Stout, and Mary Higgins Clark will
love CM Weaver.

 

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I live and work in the
Pacific Northwest. I’m married and take care of a challenged rescue
dog, Ariel. I love writing, but don’t write in one particular
genre. I do gravitate more to mysteries as I’m always asking “What
if?”
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