McDougal's Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from the Life


McDougal's Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from the Life of a Honolulu Detective ➶ [Read] ➲ McDougal's Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from the Life of a Honolulu Detective By Glen Grant ➾ – Thomashillier.co.uk A collection of detective stories based on actual crimes See if you can solve the crimes of the 'Murder Heiress' and the 'Dog Spirit of the Pali' before the real culprit is caught About the Author Gle Mysteries: Case PDF/EPUB Ä A collection of detective stories based on actual crimes See if you can solve the crimes of the 'Murder Heiress' and the 'Dog Spirit McDougal's Honolulu PDF/EPUB ² of the Pali' before the real culprit is caught About the Author Glen Grant has become one of Hawai'i's best known storytellers and Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from PDF/EPUB ² authors through Honolulu Mysteries: Case PDF/EPUB ½ his over twenty six year effort to collect preserve and perpetuate the chicken skin ghost tales of the islands An instructor of American Studies at Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from PDF/EPUB ² Hawai'i Tokai International College Dr Grant is the author of Obake Ghost Stories in Hawai'i Honolulu Mysteries Case Studies in the Life of a Honolulu Detective and Obake Files Ghostly Encounters in Supernatural Hawai'i He is the hostwriter of the Chicken Skin Supernatural Tales of Hawai'i television series and Chicken Skin The Radio Show an evening of ghostly talk story on KCCN AM Since his history and ghost tours through Honolulu TimeWalks have provided tens of thousands of residents and visitors with chicken skin experiences and he has now brought chills to national audiences through his appearance on Dreamland national radio personality Art Bell's top rated program on the paranormal.

  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • McDougal's Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from the Life of a Honolulu Detective
  • Glen Grant
  • 07 April 2015
  • 9781566472296

About the Author: Glen Grant

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10 thoughts on “McDougal's Honolulu Mysteries: Case Studies from the Life of a Honolulu Detective

  1. Glen Glen says:

    A compilation of slightly supernatural mystery stories set in the Hawaiian Islands A hard boiled detective investigates various goings on Lots of facts about Hawaiian history Some tales are definitely better than others

  2. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Part of my haul from Native Books in Hawaii Probably the only bookstore left on Oahu since Borders is closed and an independent bookstore Rainbow Books also shut its doors recently update there is a Barnes and Nobles still There is also Revolution Books but didn't get a chance to visit Native Books also known as Na Mea Hawaii is a must visit It's all Hawaii books they call it Hawaiiana but ones you would not be able to get elsewhere A wonderfully curated bookstoregift shop they know the tourist clientele's mentality well and apparently actively involved in the community Got a kick out of seeing a craft workshop going on in one corner of the store You would never think to find a place like this at the end of a mostly commercialtouristy strip mall but it's there like an oasisSo far loving the Glen Grant book have several in my stack by him He weaves in a lot of Hawaii history and lore making it fun to absorb some of the local flavor A good antidote for the blanding effect of a tourist driven placeThe guy working at the bookstore told me it's hard to get Grant books and that he died recently I looked him up and he appears to have been kind of a character taught history at the local university often in character as one of his historical subjects and even opened a store of sorts called The Haunt where artistsmusicianswriters can congregate Originally from Culver City and his father did special effects on Wizard of Oz Here is an obituary he was only 56 far the book reads like a pulp novel so writing is a little eh but spirited nonetheless Can't uite put a finger on it yet but there's still something extremely smart about it despite the so so writing

  3. Gail Baugniet Gail Baugniet says:

    Maybe I gave this book five stars because of its uniue content It's a collection of mysteries of course but where have you ever seen a book that starts with a Prologue and then More Prologue?The stories are uniue also set in 1930s Honolulu and another twist on the Amelia Earhart story There are several black and white pictures of the era including Honolulu before the war; Aloha Tower when it was still one of the island's tallest buildings; HPD 1928 no Steve McGarrett isn't the third from the right

  4. Steven Kent Steven Kent says:

    Okay yes I am only giving this book three stars but they are three very strong stars This is a book that I very much enjoyed

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