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  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / Suspense
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Tiger Moth
  • Series Number:1
  • Pages:526
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667868202

Tiger Moth

by Dana Stewart Quinney View author's profile page

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Overview
Kitty has a secret: late one night, she overheard an unseen man describing a murder. And when she told the wrong person what she overheard, the killer began to focus on Kitty. Exploring the mountains and canyons of the Idaho back country with their friend Weevil while they look for tiger moths for Kitty's high-school senior project, Kitty and Gray begin to fall in love. Kitty's a self-described science girl. Gray writes songs, hoping to become a singer. Weevil, though wheelchair-bound, wants to become a music producer. Weevil and Gray realize that they have to keep Kitty safe. They know the killer is close, but they cannot discover his identity. At the same time, Gray's attorney cousin, Rylan, has met Kitty's teacher, Lina, hoping for a second chance at love. At midnight, a star burns atop Aldape Ridge. Tiger moth pupae sleep in Kitty's family garage, waiting for spring. In a small stable, Gray sings his heart out. In the middle of a nasty divorce case, Rylan and Lina stand up for a small boy with uncaring parents. On Halloween night, the Headless Horseman rides again. And in the canyon to the north, a killer in a pickup waits for the right moment to strike. Tiger Moth is a world rich with canyons and rivers, mountains and deserts, wildlife, skies bright with stars, many memorable characters, a brutal killer—and a tender love story.
Description
Kitty has a secret: late one night, she overheard an unseen man describing a murder. And when she told the wrong person what she overheard, the killer began to focus on Kitty. Exploring the mountains and canyons of the Idaho back country with their friend Weevil while they look for tiger moths for Kitty's high-school senior project, Kitty and Gray begin to fall in love. Kitty's a self-described science girl. Gray writes songs, hoping to become a singer. Weevil, though wheelchair-bound, wants to become a music producer. Weevil and Gray realize that they have to keep Kitty safe. They know the killer is close, but they cannot discover his identity. At the same time, Gray's attorney cousin, Rylan, has met Kitty's teacher, Lina, hoping for a second chance at love. At midnight, a star burns atop Aldape Ridge. Tiger moth pupae sleep in Kitty's family garage, waiting for spring. In a small stable, Gray sings his heart out. In the middle of a nasty divorce case, Rylan and Lina stand up for a small boy with uncaring parents. On Halloween night, the Headless Horseman rides again. And in the canyon to the north, a killer in a pickup waits for the right moment to strike. Tiger Moth is a world rich with canyons and rivers, mountains and deserts, wildlife, skies bright with stars, many memorable characters, a brutal killer—and a tender love story.
About the author
Dana Stewart Quinney grew up in Ketchum, Idaho, and learned to flyfish, ride, and shoot. Fascinated by the plants and animals of the mountains, she became an outdoor biologist, working as a conservationist in the Idaho high desert with special emphasis on small mammals and rare plants, and also teaching college students on field study expeditions to some of the wild places of the world. In 2011, she was the USA Army National Guard Conservationist of the Year. To Dana, everything is a story: why her grandpa shot a Hash Knife man in 1909 and what happens on the day of the spiders, how fireflies behave in the rainforest, how to bottle-raise baby pack rats, and what happened after the Collies ate the cement. The author of many scientific publications, the young adult Scavenger Series, the Little Demon Creek Series, the dystopian romance The Ballad of Before, and her award-winning memoir Wildflower Girl, she lives in Idaho with her husband and Shelties. Dana Stewart Quinney grew up in Ketchum, Idaho, and learned to flyfish, ride, and shoot. Fascinated by the plants and animals of the mountains, she became an outdoor biologist, working as a conservationist in the Idaho high desert with special emphasis on small mammals and rare plants, and also teaching college students on field study expeditions to some of the wild places of the world. In 2011, she was the USA Army National Guard Conservationist of the Year. She has also been a scientific illustrator, a web designer, a magazine editor, a flyfishing guide, a golf-cart mechanic, a dog trainer, and a few other oddities. To Dana, everything is a story: why her grandpa shot a Hash Knife man in 1909 and what happens on the day of the spiders, how fireflies behave in the rainforest, how to bottle-raise baby pack rats, and what happened after the Collies ate the cement. The author of many scientific publications, the young adult Scavenger Series, the Little Demon Creek Series, the dystopian romance The Ballad of Before, and her award-winning memoir Wildflower Girl, she lives in Idaho with her husband and Shelties.
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