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Written by Wisconsin native Scott F. Falkner, Swaybuck is a dark novel of murder and revenge. Carl Green's wife is dead, and though the local medical examiner A public official charged with investigating all sudden, suspicious, unexplained, or unnatural deaths within the area of his or her appointed jurisdiction. A medical examiner differs from a Coroner in that a medical examiner is a physician.  claims it was from natural causes, he knows better. Determined to exact a blood price, Carl targets the small town of Cutter Falls, Wisconsin, in full knowledge of the secret of the Swaybuck. A suspenseful sus¬∑pense ¬†
1. The condition of being physically suspended.

a. The state or quality of being undecided, uncertain, or doubtful.

 story that combines Native American myth with the relentless human drive for vengeance Vengeance


kills half-brother, Amnon, for raping sister, Tamar. [O. T.
, Swaybuck is a tightly written, compelling read from first page to last.
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Date:Jan 1, 2007
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