Thursday, July 24, 2014

TROUBLE AT THE RED PUEBLO by Liz Adair—Book Review

TROUBLE AT THE RED PUEBLO by Liz Adair. This was a great mystery. I enjoyed the laid back yet serious attitude of Spider and the trouble he found himself in. It was interesting to see how he worked his way through different situations. And you can't beat the beautiful setting. It made it fun to know exactly where Spider and Laurie were tromping. I would recommend this book to any mystery lover.

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When Deputy Sheriff turned private investigator Spider Latham is sent to help the Red Pueblo Museum, he doesn’t suspect it will cause a rift between his wife, Laurie, and himself. 

Museum Director Martin Taylor is desperate, and his son Matt is angry. Some unknown person is bent on destroying the museum financially and is about to succeed. Things turn violent. It ends with someone’s skull bashed in with an Anasazi ax, and everyone has motive for the murder. 
Can Spider untangle the web of secrecy and lies surrounding the museum before the Taylors lose it all? And in the process, can he save his own marriage?

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Bonnie, for posting a review of Trouble at the Red Pueblo.