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Frank Haddleton

Author of Walker's Key

Property Manager

Attorney


link to property management site


Image above by Mikael Lindstrom

 

"A striking, multifaceted take on the family-secret novel. ...The writing here lends a strong sense of place to the proceedings, along with thorough—but not overwhelming—detail on ships, lighthouses, and the sea...With the initial murder mystery linking all these disparate elements together, this must-read novel maintains a consistent, compelling sense of tension and feeling. A well-researched mystery, punctuated by thrilling tension and deep emotion."        Kirkus Reviews

 [Haddleton] deftly weaves diverse geographic and historical periods in a story that quickly pulls a reader in and holds their interest through to the very surprising conclusion. It was wonderful to learn more about the history of Tampa Bay reading this thoroughly enjoyable mystery.   

Bay Soundings

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Award-winning finalist in the Fiction: LGBTQ category of the 2019 Best Book Awards sponsored by American Book Fest.

 

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Looking west from the landing at Walker's Key, my great-grandfather's island, 100 years ago and now.

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Friends of my great-great-grandfather, who lived on Egmont Key, believed he was murdered.

Frank on Lake Champlain, August, 2019. Photo by Douglas Cardin.

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Walker's Key, by Fern Crete. May, 2019

Contact Me

Email: frankbhaddleton@gmail.com


(802) 363-9352


Frank Haddleton

P.O. Box 64649

Burlington, VT  05406


Office:  270 College Street (by appointment)