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- Print Length: 190 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Pen-L Publishing (October 26, 2015)
- Publication Date: October 26, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0177ANESU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #311,511 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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From the start I was in the book. It started as a story and by the time Ned arrived in Ednalee, OK I was no longer sitting in my living room on my chair with a cat on my lap and one perched on the top of my chair.
I was in the laundry room with Ned. Was checking out the house with Penny, Uncle Jarvin's little cat.
I was watching as Ned got reacquainted with her friends from school.
But the biggest thing was when I put the book down to start supper and it wasn't snowing. It wasn't December but the end of August.
So engrossing is Blanche Day Manos writing that it took me to her world.
Few authors can transport so I am thrilled to find another.
I have all Miss Day Manos books in my TBR pile and I'm not sure why it has taken me this long to start reading her books but I'm glad I didn't wait any longer.
Nettie McNeil gets a letter from her Uncle Javin after he gets out of prison that he wants her to come to her home town of Ednalee, OK because he needs to see her and strange things are happening. She goes and when she gets there she was looking forward to seeing him again but was terribly surprised when she finds him shot and dying. Now she is thrown into a murder and has to find out who killed her Uncle and why before she is next.
Nettie or Ned for short is a very level headed, strong willed and determined woman who is wants answers into what is happening and who murdered her Uncle. As a reader I immediately connected with her and was drawn into the mystery right along with her. I love the old Victorian home and land, it adds a dimension to the mystery and is such a important part of the story. I could just picture the house and wished to be sitting right there with Ned and her friends in front of the fire or at the kitchen table helping solve this mystery. I love a good mystery and this one is just that .
This book has so many possibilities and trying to tie all the loose ends up makes for a great puzzle to solved. I really thought I had this one figured out but then found I was only partly right and the why escaped me to the end.
This is an intense and at times emotional mystery. I could not put it down. If you like a good mystery, that keeps you on the edge of your seat and one that is full of possibilities and suspects then do not miss this book.
One of my favorite parts is when Ned sees a white figure head into her carriage house and decides to once and for all figure out what is going " Fear gave way to curiosity and a rising anger that someone or something would trespass and find it necessary to sneak around in the dark instead of coming to my door. "Please Lord, I whispered, "Protect me and help me find out what is going on." pg 148
Anger overcomes fear I can so relate to this.
Don't miss this great, spooky, intense, wonderful book. I highly recommend it.
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