A mystery novel in the Karen Hayes series previously published in hardcover by Bridgeworks, now in paperback.
In the third book of the Karen Hayes series, an elderly nursing home resident, who was once an Olympic champion swimmer with a murky background in the German army, drowns in a lake behind the home. Does anyone know how it happened? Does anyone care? Hospital attorney Karen Hayes battles bureaucracy, listens to the geriatric residents ignored by the authorities, and risks her own life to find the truth.
Michael Biehl graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School and was a partner at Foley & Lardner in Milwaukee, where he specialized in law governing health care systems. He's also a professional musician, playing keyboard with regional blues bands. He and wife Cathleen live in Sarasota, Florida, and Mequon, Wisconsin. In addition to the Karen Hayes series, he wrote Seven Mile Bridge, also published by Pineapple Press.