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National best-selling author and resident of Texas, Susan Wittig Albert pens a quirky, but chilling mystery.

When Casey Ford threatens to sell his property to a strip mining company, the townsfolk fear that Indigo will be lost forever. Protecting the town is important - so important that someone is willing to kill Casey to keep their home from being ruined. Now, in addition to running the town's cultural crusade, China Bayles must find Casey's murderer.

©2003 Susan Wittig Albert (P)2003 Recorded Books

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Just to quote the protagonist. Someone needs to take a butcher knife to this writers novel and cut out all angst, repetitive going over thoughts in peoples heads and other nonsense. Just the story. This thing is twice as long as it would be if it was well written. Blech.