For more than 20 years, Susan Wittig Albert has been delivering "some of the best-plotted mysteries on the market" (Houston Chronicle). In Bittersweet, China is hoping to spend a peaceful Thanksgiving in Pecan Springs. But the holiday turns treacherous after a deadly accident. And when a local vet is shot, China and game warden Mack Chambers suspect a connection to fawns stolen from a nearby ranch.
©2015 Susan Wittig Albert (P)2015 Recorded Books
I've been following China Bayles and Ruby and Pecan Springs for a few years and I love the updates on my favorite characters
Reading is a Virtue
There were moments when i was annoyed with China & her relationship with her mom. But overall i liked this one. Got my husband to listen to parts also because of the drone! Looking forward to more of her stories.
I usually love Susan W Albert's China Bayles books, but this one did not live up to my expectations. Somehow the plot is too straightforward and thus unfortunately killing the suspense.
It is good for easy listening, and I hope she writes a new and better one soon.
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