Sunday, January 17, 2016

Dance of the Bones / J. A. Jance / 355 pages

I almost felt as if I were reading a C. J. Box book with this one.  Set in the Old West town of Tuscon, in modern times, we have retired lawmen trying to solve a cold case homicide against the Tuscon Festival of Books backdrop.  An evil, scheming woman has turned partners against each other...and that's just the beginning of her laundry list of lousy deeds.  "Dance of the Bones combines native American lore and modern suspense."

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