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Backyard Bones (Regan McHenry Real Estate Mysteries Book 2) Kindle Edition
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"...the puzzles are fun to solve..." -Santa Cruz Sentinel
"...Cliff-hanging mysteries..." -Realtor Magazine--This text refers to the paperback edition.
- File size : 3443 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 323 pages
- ASIN : B08682VVWM
- Publication date : March 21, 2020
- Lending : Enabled
- Publisher : Good Read Mysteries (March 21, 2020)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0982113536
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,325,249 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The author lays out clues as to the killer, but I didn't see who the killer was until Nancy Lynn Jarvis showed me in the book's thrilling climax.
When Regan McHenry closes a house sale in recession worn Santa Cruz, California, it's always time to celebrate. And being the consummate professional she brings the Whitlaw's a housewarming gift. But her buoyant mood soon takes a dive when the owner's children dig up the body of an indigenous Indian buried in the back yard. The owners are not thrilled with the find, as it brings the state archeologist and his students searching for more evidence of native American burial. Finding only the one, they leave, but not before all of the ground has been turned over.
Only problem is, an ancient Indian burial won't be the last body found on this property, and the next one will change the lives of everyone--the new house owners, their wiccan neighbors and certainly Regan McHenry.
Regan is already vested in the lives of the new owner, and she naturally becomes involved. Okay so she's an amateur sleuth, but she's as thorough in her investigation as she is with her full time job as a real estate agent.
I enjoyed the interesting side line antidotes about the real estate market, and I thought they were well placed--not too much and not too little. One scene in particular surely came out of truth-is-stranger-than-fiction: Regan arrives at a house with a client and accidently surprises the home owner's wife getting out of the shower. I gasped and then laughed out loud. Timing is everything and this scene was perfect for the story.
Highly recommended read.
This is a good summer read. I have two others by her and look forward to reading them as well
This was just a good book but not full of action. There were plenty of people to suspect as being the murderer. Of course, I figured it out pretty quickly but it did not take the enjoyment out of the book for me. Regan was just an interesting character & I liked her as well as the rest of the characters.
The characters were really not fleshed out all that well but in this book they didn't need to be. I believe this is a series(?) which explains why they weren't fleshed out too well. I will certainly read any other books by this author.