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On a sultry summer afternoon, paramedic Zoe Chambers responds to a call and finds a farmer's body hanging from the rafters of his hay barn. What first appears to be a suicide quickly becomes something sinister when Zoe links the victim to a pair of deaths 45 years earlier. Her attempts to wheedle information from her mother and stepfather hit a brick wall of deception, one that brings into question everything Zoe knows about her late father, who died in a car crash when she was eight. Or did he?

Police Chief Pete Adams fears Zoe's inquiries are setting her up for deeper heartbreak and putting her in danger. As Zoe and Pete inch closer to the truth, they discover that a missing gun links the crimes which span more than four decades. But the killer isn't done. Two more Vance Township residents fall victim to the same gun, and when tragedy strikes too close to home, Zoe realizes her family is in the crosshairs.

©2014 Annette Dashofy (P)2015 Tantor

Critic Reviews

"Lost Legacy has it all: an absorbing plot, compelling characters, haunting echoes from the past, and a protagonist you're going to love. A must read." (Don Helin, author of Secret Assault)

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  • Beatrice
  • Houston, TX, United States
  • 02-01-15

Keeps getting better

This is a great series. Zoe Chamber is a great character and I look forward to the next book.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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  • Amanda
  • Bono, AR, USA
  • 05-03-15

I recommend this series!

This was a great book. I enjoy the characters and cannot wait for another in this series. It was worth the credit. I have recommended this series to my book club friends.

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Pretty good story

This is the second book by Annette Dashofy, in which Zoe Chambers, a paramedic in rural Pennsylvania works with Pete Adams, the chief of police, to solve crimes. They discover, upon being summoned to a barn where an old farmer has committed suicide, that there is a much older and more involved unsolved mystery that involves Zoe’s family. She and her mother have a conflicted relationship, and her mother and step father happen to be having a rare visit with her at this time, so this opens the way for her to get necessary information that will eventually help lead to answers.

This series is pretty good, not great. The narration starts badly but greatly improves as the book progresses. I liked the first book as well as this one, and recommend both as a good listen.

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Poor production good story

Narrator forgets to change voices a lot of times and there is no pause between the end of one scene when it switches to another. Very annoying but you can still get through it. I had a lot of those "Wait, who's speaking now," moments. I blame the producer/director not the author.

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  • Madonna
  • FREDERICKTOWN, MO, United States
  • 10-23-17

will not finish book.

did not get 10 minutes into this book and the name of God was taken in vain twice. there's no reason for that. I deleted the boom and will not down load any more from thus author. Disappointing...

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