"Civil Disobedience"

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When a man is found dead at his doorstep on the edge of Walden Pond, naturalist and writer Henry David Thoreau follows his highly developed moral compass to track down the killer. A short story by an Edgar short story winner.
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About G Miki Hayden

Miki has taught at Writer's Digest University for more than a decade and a half. She's had novels and writing instructionals in print and won an Edgar for a short story of hers that appeared in an anthology. Her latest novel out is a science fiction fantasy: Question Woman & Howling Sky, set in the Southwestern US after the Disasters.

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Ellen Endebrock reviewed on Feb. 26, 2012

Enjoyable story, and an interesting introduction to Thoreau, his fellow transcendentalists, and their ideas.
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Joy Smith reviewed on Nov. 3, 2011

This intriguing mystery combines Thoreau, newly released from jail, and his literary neighbors in a mystery involving a runaway slave, a dead bounty hunter, and the underground railroad. I enjoyed the combination and Thoreau's thoughts about his neighbors and his philosophy.
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