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They say dead men tell no tales but do their spirits?

Sheriff Jim Buchanan investigates a series of killings while treading lightly around a Native American legend that seems all too real.

Cedar County Sheriff Jim Buchanan, the son of a Scotsman and Native American woman, finds a corpse on reservation land. As the body count grows, spirit memories seize the hearts and minds of the community muddling Sheriff Buchanan's efforts to bring the killer to justice.

©2016 Felix F Giordano (P)2016 Felix F Giordano

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Summary:
Bodies are popping up all over the place. The sheriff has to get to the bottom of it fast.

Additional Comments:
• I feel like there’s backstory I’m missing. This might be the second in a series. Not sure. It doesn’t say.
• A lot in here is far-fetched.
• I don’t feel like I got to know most of the side characters, which is kind of crazy since this is a 9 hr book.
• The narrator has a nice voice for this kind of story. It’s very deep.
• It has less to do with spirits and more to do with greedy people. Big surprise there.
• Jim seems to have a really crappy few months here.
• I’d read more by the author.

Conclusion:
Nothing blew me away here. Poor Jim went through a lot, but he came out all right.
* I found it on a free code site. This is my honest evaluation of the tale.