The Zoe Chamber series keeps getting better with every book. This book deals with several problems of aging.
A lot is happening in Monongahela County, Zoe had returned to her job as a pre-medic. In a case, the victim whispers that someone pitched her down the stairs. Her body shows hand marks on her arms that help to validate the tale. Police chief Pete Adams’ father is moved into an assisted living home. The Knolls farm has been sold and Zoe must find and move her horse in two weeks. The major case is two thugs casing the homes of the elderly and returning later when the occupants are not at home and robbing them of the valuables. The ending will surprise me (it did me) but there are no cliffhangers. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this book and series.
Disclosure: Many thanks to Henery Press for my copy for a review. The opinions expressed are my own.