In addition to his creative writing, Bill Hand is a historian and journalist and photographer for an online newspaper called New Bern Live and president of the North Carolina History Theater, a company emphasizing the history of North Carolina in its productions. He is also the inhouse playwright. A native of Indiana, who was raised in Pennsylvania and has been in New Bern since 1995, Bill lives with his wife, dogs and a bit too many cats. His published works include plays, regional histories and a fantasy novel, "The One Prince".
Meet Connecticut Talker Tscharner – “Cat” to his friends. It’s 1941 and he wants to serve his country, but a high school football injury has left him too crippled to sign up. He has dreams of sleuthing—but how can you make a living doing that in a small, quiet Carolina town? Besides, he’s saddled with running his sick father’s grocery store. But fate is preparing a hurricane of troubles: military wives are turning up dead and buried in their gardens. A poisoner is fixing her deadly charms on Cat’s own family, and a ruthless German spy is sending convoy locations to an offshore U-boat, killing anyone who gets in his way.
Every one – victims and perpetrators – are people he knows, and many of them are ones he loves. Cat soon finds himself in the tangle of all three webs and must battle to expose them all to save himself, to serve his country, and to rescue his town.
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