Brill hides behind her badge and her bitterness, deciding that moving her family away from Memphis is the only change she needs to make. Before she even has time to unpack her boxes, people start disappearing. Lots of them. To complicate matters, a local legend has many residents believing that the cause is unearthly - tied to the red shadows - or spirits of the departed Cherokee who once inhabited the land.
While Brill draws on all of her experience and instinct to solve the case, she must confront an enemy that threatens everything she holds dear, one that cannot be stopped with a badge and a gun.
©2009 Kathy Herman; (P)2009 Oasis Audio
I enjoyed this book. The author gets you feeling for the characters and rooting for them. The story keeps your interest. I loved it how the husband puts his trust in God. This story is suspenseful, and the mystery is well written. I'm certainly going to listen to the next one!
Kept my attention...
Not a edge of the seat book, but still worth the read.
Suppose one person was doing all the narration, but it sounded like several and was exceptional. The only downside was the sherriff, I believe Sam was his name, sounded like Barney Fife. That threw me a little bit, but was overall very enjoyable!
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