Window on Pike Place, by Martin F. Sorensen


Window on Pike Place is the perfect dose of romance mixed with modern day politics and vivid descriptions of the Northwest. Rachel McAlister saves Joshua Todaro’s life on an Afghanistan battlefield. Back home in Seattle, he asks her to marry him. But someone murders Joshua in his Pike Place apartment and frames Rachel. On trial, she holds on to the only two things in the world that she can trust: her love for Joshua, and the battlefield bullet he gave her. She has to hope she can figure out who set her up before it’s too late. Martin F. Sorensen has been publishing the Sand Hill Review, anthologies of short stories and poetry for nearly fifteen years. Now a sister company, Sand Hill Review Press, is releasing his contemporary mystery novel, Window on Pike Place. Sorensen lives in Silicon Valley with his wife Charlene and is either reviewing manuscripts or writing.

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