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- Print Length: 159 pages
- Publication Date: September 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B075CBFVN1
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The Silence of the Snakes: Mystery (Madigan Amos Zoo Mysteries Book 2) Kindle Edition
"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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WOW, I never knew about those kinds of snakes before.
Madi is a remarkable, smart, daredevil when she has to. She is very good as a consultant at zoos that need help, but she is a magnet for bad things happening with the help of Lowell her now boyfriend that is a P.I.
She still has her ties with the Avery Zoo where she started.
This Snidely Manor had been in the snake business for many centuries down through the generations of family.
Of course, there is always some bad apples in every family.
You will have to read this very, very gripping story, I didn't sleep much. I hope YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!!!!!!
I can't wait to read the third book in this series.
This is the second in Ruby Loren' s Madigan Amos Zoo Mysteries, a series I joyfully recommend. The animal lore is enticing, and protagonist Madi Amos Is a delight. She is sometimes indecisive, quite often feckless, but she loves all animals and deeply cares for their well-being, so that makes her a winner in my view. After her stint at Avery Zoo, Madi, with Lucky, her rescue kitten, has become a itinerant zoo consultant, reviewing procedures and animal welfare on contract. At a private safari park near Hull, England, Madi is again confronted with thievery, treachery, and murder, at an ophidiophile' s dream.
From start to exciting finish there were dangers lurking both from animals and humans. The author did a great job of building tension and keeping me poised on the edge of my seat. Madi managed to stay focused no matter what the distraction, and I was certainly glad to read about a heroine who could not only take care of herself, but continually think of how to help others. I also liked the way the author kept Madi tied to Avery Zoo where she had friends and much success. If you haven't read the first book (and why not?) you know for sure how important the Zoo and particular people there are to her. I love it when books continue the series but keep the original premise alive without spending a chapter retelling the previous book. It makes it more like catching up with real people. However I wish we would have a chance to get to know Madi more when she is not working. Right now we only have heard about one interest and very little family or non-work life. I did have the impression that might be changing in future books, and I hope it does. I know Madi has a lot of fascinating aspects of her life that we have yet to learn about. I am looking forward to the journey.
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Now she has become a wildlife habitat
consultant. She is on site at the Snidely
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