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Double Duplicity: A Shandra Higheagle Mystery Kindle Edition
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This book has some mysticism to it – Shandra’s recently-deceased Nez Pierce grandmother keeps appearing to her in dreams, guiding her to help solve the crime. I was fascinated by Shandra trying to walk in two worlds. She struggles with accepting herself because her mother and stepfather made her hide her Indian heritage. The cop on the case, Ryan Greer, puts more faith in her visions than she does. When Shandra starts having dreams about Ryan, the tension ratchets up and the race is on to find the true killer.
This started to fall a little more on the “romance-dressed-up-as-mystery” side for me, but the plot was interesting enough, and the characters likable and engaging, so I continued to read. I’m glad I did. This was an easy, entertaining read, and I’m glad to see I have at least three more books to go in this series.
Potter, Shandra Higheagle, finds herself involved in a murder investigation. At first, Detective Ryan Greer counts her among the murder suspects, despite his strong attraction toward her. And yes, there is an undercurrent of romance throughout.
Shandra, who knows the victim and the murder suspects, is continually drawn to the scene of the murder both by her own knowledge of those involved and dreams brought to her by her recently deceased Nez Perce grandmother.
The story unfolds gradually with Shandra slowly uncovering clues as recognizes what the dreams mean. As the solution draws closer, so does danger.
It doesn’t take long for the reader to be drawn into the story and the intriguing setting of the art galleries in the mountain town of Huckleberry. I loved the characters and the surprise ending.
Shandra and Ryan make a wonderful team. His police background and her Indian heritage was good for helping them in figuring out who the murderer was.
Will they find out before the murderer strikes again? Who will be the next victim? You can find out for yourself what other tragedies happen if you will get the book and read it for yourself.
It's a great story, actually I have all the books in this series so I'm getting ready to read the second book in just a few minutes.
I won't say it was a bad book, but it didn't do much for me.
I think this book was written for a female reader. The storyline was interesting, but I couldn't buy into the characters.
I read and enjoy both male and female authors. But I doubt I will give me Jager another read.
The story line was well thought out and well written. And I just love the characters. Shandra Higheagle is an interesting, complex woman who is made a good life for herself. Ryan Greer also has a complex past and present. I really enjoyed the way they worked off of each other and get to know each other. Their chemistry is so great that I know the relationship between these two is going to work out well.
I can highly recommend Double Duplicity. This is one of those books that kept me up all night reading to the very end. It’s definitely going on my list of books to save and reread, and few books make it to that list now days. I’m headed off to find the rest of the books in the series.