- File Size: 2222 KB
- Print Length: 290 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1641190590
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: City Lights Press (October 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0771TJ8YQ
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Two Feet Below: A China Bohannon Novel Kindle Edition
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What at first appears to be a simple case of slippery bookkeeping and pilfering from a mining company turns out to be a much more insidious plot leading to murder.
Much too often for her comfort, China finds herself being assaulted, threatened and bribed by thugs. And, as if she isn't able to find enough danger on her own, being employed as a decoy to avert harm to a client's wife gets her thrown off a boat in the middle of a lake. When that isn't sufficient to do her in, the baddies aren't above shooting a woman.
In between all this, China and her little dog cause a row at a baseball game, she encounters some rugged loggers, clashes with prostitutes who think she's invading their turf, and spends a little time in jail.
China identifies the ringleader long before the male members of the Doyle & Howe detective firm, but no one believes she's right. So, hoping to prove herself right and win a partnership in the firm, the feisty young woman goes off in search of evidence.
It's a fun romp in the 19th century Northwest, which the author vividly and accurately portrays.
The story is set is the Inland Northwest, and it's so authentically done, I felt as if I was riding the train from Wallace and boarding the steamer on the Coeur d'Alene River along with China.
Two Feet Below had me hooked from the onset when a body was found tied to a logging boat. A hole to the heart assured his death would not be by drowning. At first thought to be a simple lumber jack that met his untimely demise (at first they didn’t seem to see that he was tied up and shot), it turns out that this ‘jack’ ain’t your average ‘joe.’
Enter the main characters, one being a Miss China (hybrid book keeper, receptionist, and PI) to solve the case, because it turns out the dead man was important and wealthy. Whoever silenced him was looking to do the same to his business partner. Too bad for the murderer that he’s a smart and cautious man that is friends with the best investigators around.
Will China and her PI employers (one of which is a handsome Irish lad who keeps sending her mixed signals) figure out who needs to be stopped in their tracks in time (no easy feat since the list just keeps getting longer).
If you enjoy mystery with some bits of romance and fun tossed in than this is your book!