• The first book of the Alexa Glock series takes you to New Zealand and to about some of the customs of the Maori people. Alexa is a forensic expert who worked for the North Carolina Investigation Bureau. She has been teaching a class about forensics in Zealand and now planning on a visit to Rotorua for a funeral of a close friend. While there an unidentified man is found in one of the mud pots. Detective Inspector Bruce Horne hires Alexa for help in identifying the victim and forensic evidence on the mud pots murder. Alexa, unfortunately, breaks a Maori taboo as she is sent to a sacred island. There is an attack in the police station on her assistant. Alexa is determined to find an answer to the murder before she joins him in a mud pot.
  • I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK. Disclosure: Thanks to Poison Pen Press for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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2 Responses to #MOLTEN MUD MURDER By Sara E. Johnson

  1. lghiggins says:

    Very interesting. It would be easy to accidentally break some cultural taboos in a place as unfamiliar to me as New Zealand.

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