The Death of Harry Crow


As identical twins Annie and Amanda celebrate their fourteenth birthday, their father Harry is involved in a fiery three-car crash that leaves all occupants dead.

Four years after the accident, Amanda suddenly vanishes, and her boyfriend is found murdered. Getting little assistance from the police, Amanda's mother seeks the help of William Snow, a local man with a reputation for finding missing persons.

Snow begins an investigation and soon uncovers an inexplicable link between Amanda's disappearance and her father's deadly accident. As Snow digs further into this bizarre connection, more people start to disappear. The case eventually leads him to an uninhabited island, a madman known as The Driver, and the twisted truth behind the death of Harry Crow.

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Author Name : Leith C MacArthur

     Leith C MacArthur was born in Boston and grew up in the suburbs of Wayland, and Waltham, Massachusetts. As a young boy he became fascinated with the craft of writing after reading Edgar Allan Poe's, “The Raven”. Inspired, he sought out other depicters of darkness, despair, and redemption, allowing himself to be drawn into the fictitious worlds of mystery and adventure penned by the likes of Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson, Mickey Spillane, Dashiell Hammett, and Ross Macdonald. At the age of ten, Leith began writing short stories and poems that naturally tended toward the macabre. Two years later he wrote his first novelette, Gerry the Germ, the tale of a lowly life-form who finds his purpose within the grand scheme through tragedy and loss. Leith went on to write several novels (slated for future publication) before focusing on a number of related stories that eventually became The William Snow Series, consisting of Beneath The Bridge, The Stones of Mirabella, The Finding Man, The Death of Harry Crow, and The Man in the Moon, and The Weight. Leith lives in the western woods of Rhode Island with his gray cat, Gray.


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Countless things put together make us who we are

Perhaps what we’ve learned or things seen near and far

True or false learned from numerous varied sources

Or perhaps something seen travelling many courses


It has been my great pleasure to see some special lands

Majestic mountain vistas, Alberta’s haunting badlands

The vastness of the prairie with horizon never reached

The power of the ocean from a shell strewn beach


I’ve crossed giant rivers, walked beside the babbling brook

Seen the best and worst of nature seldom pictured in a book

The crags of mountain passes, topped by winter’s sparkling load

Miles and miles of wheat the sun and rain has turned to gold.


Acres and acres of deep green peas, topped by the pink of bloom.

Offset in midst of summer with bright yellow canola bloom

A patch-work quilt from nature and the work of many hands

Laid out in squares and diamonds across a great productive land.


The history of Bedford Basin, Louisbourg, Queenston Heights

Twenty four hours of daylight, mysterious northern lights

Beaver pelts to England to make all kinds of hats

And each spring the best of sugar boiled from Maple sap.


A strong beautiful stallion, head high, nostrils flared,

Eyes full of fire and danger as he guards his heard of mares

Several hundred cattle grazing the luscious grass

Or bedded in the shade to let the hot day pass.


Hundreds of pictures we catalogue as we go passing by

Let the good ones erase the bad, or at least let them try

Some of it we saw and some of it we learned.

Some good and some bad but somehow always earned.


There’s always strife and woe, you don’t need to hunt it up

Forget it, let it lay. You know there’s the rub

You may hate this or that but it’s all part of the way

You became who you are; what you are today.

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