Excitement abounds when you read a Shelby Nichols books and this one has several. As usual I readed it in one reading. Shelby loves riding behind Ramos on his motorcycle. Shelby forgot to buy carrots and went she went to buy them she was glazed by bullet in the head. When she awoke she could read people’s minds. Shelby works with “Dimples” aka Detective Harris to solve the case of a missing teenager and a cold case of the murder of her high school sweetheart. Uncle Joey has plans for her and Billy Jo the reporter wants her help. These subplots are brought together skillfully. The bad thing about I will need to wait a year the next visit.
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Thanks for posting your review.
This book is a delightful read.