Could a book get much better than this? I was glued to the seat of my reading chair, I didn't want to miss a second of this whodunit. 
Chief of Police, Dove Carnahan is called out to a brutal crime scene of a young girl. She knows she's over her head on this case so she calls in State Police CID Investigator Nolan for assistance. I fell in love with Chief Dove when she's out in this no man's land barefoot because she was dressed for a Chamber of Commerce luncheon that day. She just bought a new pair of shoes at Kohl's with a 30% off coupon and didn't want to get them messed up. That's my kind of female protagonist when they are a law enforcement official. Well, let's just say she doesn't make the luncheon that day. 
When the young girl's identified as the youngest daughter of the Truly clan who happens to be one of the counties most dysfunctional families this case hits Dove pretty close to home. She came from one as well, but even she can't get over the indifference that awaits her with this case. 
There are several subplots going at the same time, that wove this novel brilliantly together. I didn't want it to end. 
The dialog never got stale and the setting is so real you could feel the heat, plus taste the dust the of the old mining town. 
Could a book get much better than this? I don't think so, at least not one I've read in a long time.

Could a book get much better than this? I was glued to the seat of my reading chair, I didn't want to miss a second of this whodunit. 
Chief of Police, Dove Carnahan is called out to a brutal crime scene of a young girl. She knows she's over her head on this case so she calls in State Police CID Investigator Nolan for assistance. I fell in love with Chief Dove when she's out in this no man's land barefoot because she was dressed for a Chamber of Commerce luncheon that day. She just bought a new pair of shoes at Kohl's with a 30% off coupon and didn't want to get them messed up. That's my kind of female protagonist when they are a law enforcement official. Well, let's just say she doesn't make the luncheon that day. 
When the young girl's identified as the youngest daughter of the Truly clan who happens to be one of the counties most dysfunctional families this case hits Dove pretty close to home. She came from one as well, but even she can't get over the indifference that awaits her with this case. 
There are several subplots going at the same time, that wove this novel brilliantly together. I didn't want it to end. 
The dialog never got stale and the setting is so real you could feel the heat, plus taste the dust the of the old mining town. 
Could a book get much better than this? I don't think so, at least not one I've read in a long time.

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