Goshen Cemetery lay quiet and peaceful under a benevolent spring sky. Darcy Campbell and her mother, Flora Tucker, had no inkling that in a few moments, the scene would change and they would face a horror on the ground and a threat from above beyond their imaginations. Becoming entangled in a centuries-old legend, being targeted by a group of ruthless men, and discovering a long-lost love were not in Darcy's plans when she returned to her birth place, Levi, Oklahoma. She merely wanted to soak up the peace of her mother's home and try to heal the wounds left from her husband's death. Fate, however, had other plans for Darcy and Flora.
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maybe this "investigative reporter" could be a little less of a moron
maybe if the main character got a little smarter
I can't stand stupidity in characters that are supposedly intelligent. "oh, no, can't call 911. let me look around, put my finger prints all over; possibly use up someone's last few minutes of life etc, etc. I could go on and on. DON"T BE SO STUPID WHEN YOU ALREADY KNOW PEOPLE ARE BEING KILLED, YOU IDIOT. are you sure she didn't just sell newspapers on the corner?
I loved these ladies - daughter and mother, Darcy and Flora, both widows and both with real spunk, strength and character. Their world is very clear and fresh. It's a great mystery and great personal development as well. Terrific listen. I highly recommend.
I really enjoyed this book. The story is brilliant, I really loved listing to it.
Persist with the narrator, she brings the story alive as you listen more.
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