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Ghost Cave

Helen Currie Foster

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Description

Big-city lawyer Alice MacDonald Greer moves her office to the small town of Coffee Creek, in the heart of Texas Hill Country. As she is learning to enjoy the quirky residents, brusque, elderly rancher Ollie West walks into her office.

Ollie wants her to create a trust to protect prehistoric rock paintings on his ranch. Alice obliges, intrigued by the unexpected power of the ancient paintings.

When Ollie is murdered, Alice is determined to honor his wishes-in spite of his family. And what starts as a series of inept break-ins at Alice's office and ranch escalates into violence by an unknown adversary. Climbing the cliffs of Cloud Ranch once more to seek inspiration from the rock art, Alice finds herself not only fighting to vindicate Ollie, but fighting for her life.

The first of the Alice MacDonald Greer Mystery series, Ghost Cave plunges the reader into a world of ancient shamans and murderous greed. In the heart of Texas, the passion for land runs deep-sometimes dangerously so.

Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 9781505414301, 216pp.

Publication Date: December 18, 2014



About the Author

Helen Currie Foster is the author of the Alice MacDonald Greer Mystery series. She earned a BA from Wellesley College, an MA from the University of Texas, and a JD from the University of Michigan. Having grown up in Texas surrounded by books and storytelling, she taught high school English and later became a prize-winning feature writer for a small Michigan newspaper. Over thirty years into Foster's career as an environmental lawyer, the character Alice and her stories suddenly appeared in her life. In her writing, Foster explores the interaction between history and the present and the reasons we tell the stories we do. Married with two children, she lives north of Dripping Springs, Texas, supervised by three burros. She works in Austin, and she's active with the Hays County Master Naturalists and the board of Austin Shakespeare. Find her on Facebook or at http: //www.helencurriefoster.com/.