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I am delighted that this series is continuing as it is a pleasure to visit Alpine and see what Emma Lord and Sheriff Milo Dodge are doing. Vida makes an announcement. Emma promoted Alison to the office manager and encourage her ability to snoop. Young girls are found in vacant homes strangle to death. Sheriff Milo wonders about a serial killer. Jack Blackwell is acting up. He is trying to take over as county supervisor even though the election has not been a vote on. He tried to fire Milo as Sheriff and challenges Emma. Will Jack be successful? I highly recommend this book and series.
Disclosure: I received a free copy from Alibi through NetGalley for an honest review. I would like to thank them for this opportunity to read and review the book. The opinions expressed are my own.
Glad you liked this one.
Good review! I’m looking forward to this one as it will be my first by this author.
I wonder if you will be lost as it is the 27th book. Most of the characters have earlier appearance in the story. She has 2 series both set in Western Washington. Her Bed and Breakfast I never like it very much. I know the area where both series are located. Good luck with the book.
I had no idea I was so late to the game. It will be a good test of whether it can work as a standalone.
I think it will work as a standalone, you just won’t understand about the characters. Why Vida announcement is a big surprise. I think it was the 24/25 book that Emma and Milk elope. In 1992 the first THE ALPINE ADVOCATE was published.
I thought I remembered reading this book. I looks like I did and that it did work well as a standalone! A tried and true series!