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  • Genre: Non Fiction
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 22 February, 1956
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BIOGRAPHY I was born in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan within the Great North Woods. I loved to sit in the Ojibawe burial grounds when I was younger, listening to the silence, Currently, I'm living in the Sierra foothils of Northern California. The closest I've gotten to an Indian burial ground is at the casinos, where I'm the one buried. I love life and breath it.
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  • Mahree Moyle

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The Kennedy Half Dollar

by: Mahree Moyle

After high school graduation, Seely is forced to move out on her own. She reluctantly decides to move to Hawaii and stay with her sister until she can find a place of her own. She is offered a job with a well-known nightclub in Waikiki serving cocktails. There, she is introduced to the dark side of life. One evening on her shift, she hears ominous words directed at Mark, the assistant manager. When she turns to see who said these words-no one is there. Then the next morning tragedy strikes. Mark is found in a cane field shot to death. Seely suspects the Hawaiian Mafia is involved, but has no solid proof. When the Mafia starts coming after her, believing Seely knows of the murder, she finds herself plunged into a nightmare. Why are they targeting her? Could she have seen or heard something that she was unaware of? Seely knows her life is in grave danger and decides to leave Hawaii, hoping to escape their clutches-except they are informed of her moves. After many years of trying to figure out her connection with Mark's murder, Seely faces the truth. From the glistening sands of Hawaii to the white mountains of Alaska, The Kennedy Half-Dollar delivers an eclectic and unconventional true crime memoir of nonstop action and suspense-with background music to set the mood.