The Mendelson-Devonshire case was legendary. It was also political dynamite. In 1980, the disappearance of Jessie Devonshire, step-daughter of a prominent public figure, had been Portland Oregon's biggest news story. Three decades later, the event still couldn't even be properly called an unsolved crime because it had never been proven that a crime had been committed. All that was known was that fifteen-year-old Jessie Devonshire had vanished without a trace and that Randy Mendelson, a twenty-year-old landscaper, had disappeared at the same time. Had Mendelson abducted Jessie? Had they struck up a romance and run off together? And why had there never been any evidence uncovered? When a family sets out for a day of boating on the Willamette River, they find gasoline covering the surface of the water. Clackamas County sheriff deputies soon uncover something no one expected?an old Chevrolet El Camino, half buried in the riverbed and filled with mud. What secrets lie hidden inside? Was the El Camino simply the victim of teenage joy-riders, or might it be connected to the Mendelson-Devonshire disappearance? A strange turn of events drops the case into the lap of private investigator March Corrigan, who finds that the mystery goes deeper than anyone could fathom.
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|Date published: || 2014|
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