Red Moon

A Howard Moon Deer Mystery, Book 3
Narrated by: Kaipo Schwab
Length: 10 hrs
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In San Geronimo, New Mexico, the rich and famous mingle with the down and out, and the secrets of the past collide with the crimes of the present....

Shortly after private eye Howard Moon Deer decides to settle down with his latest lady love, he accepts a new case that takes him away from the home front and introduces him to the dangerous passions that drive San Geronimo's thriving art scene.

Howard and ex-police commander Jack Wilder have been hired to investigate Sherman Stone, a man notorious for his torrid liaisons and low-life friends. Rumor has it that he's planning to have his wealthy wife killed. But before Howard can separate fact from fiction, a local hobo is murdered, and then Sherman himself meets an untimely end. Now Howard and Jack must follow a sinister trail of clues that leads them into the past - to the night when a precious painting was stolen and a murderous legacy was born....

©2000 Robert Westbrook (P)2019 Tantor

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I am really enjoying this series!

Loved the characters!Quirky enough to be interesting.Howard is my kind of guy!Keep writing Robert Westmoreland!

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I started with book 2 of the series
which was a good page turner.
This volume is too full of sterotypical characters to be fun though still a good mystery. I kept hearing music from the first season of TV's Guest Book as it went along.

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