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When a mystery writer from New York shows up in Sheriff Bud Shumway's little Utah town, he doesn’t think much about it, other than to note that she seems to be avoiding him. But when a famous opera singer, also from New York, shows up shortly thereafter, Bud begins to worry that fact might follow fiction after he discovers that the writer’s latest book is about the murder of an opera singer.

Join Bud as he follows the pair into the wild and remote Yellow Cat Flats, a landscape that’s anything but flat, trying to prevent a potential murder while attempting to solve one already committed - all while dealing with lost tourists, a car-theft ring, a pack of rock hounds, a couple of well-seasoned desert rats with their own bootleg radio show, and trying to train his dog, Lindie, in the fine art of search and rescue.

This is book 12 in the Bud Shumway Mystery series.

©2020 Marjorie Miller/Maya Kurtz (P)2020 Marjorie Miller/Maya Kurtz

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  • 12-03-20

Narrator used wrong voices for characters

Love the story but the narrator used wrong voice for characters. Cal had a deep baritone voice previous book when he hit his head. This Cal sounded like Howie. Narrator did a spectacular in previous books.