Jukka Virkkunen Virkkunen itibaren Barsan, Gujarat, Hindistan
Lottie Albright has three jobs, a full-timer as wife to husband Keith Fiene, a part-time job as local historical for the historical society and a part-time as undersheriff for the county. Needless to say, Keith is not real wild about the last job but he wants Lottie to be happy and thus just grits his teeth and worries a lot. When a local social worker is killed in a locked room and no murder weapon is found, Lottie is on the prowl to find out who killed her friend and good and kind woman. While investigating the murder a neighboring sheriff claims "custody" of the crime scene and proceeds to arrest Lottie and her twin sister Josie. Sheriff Deal makes mistakes, big mistakes and ends up on the wrong end of a YouTube video as well as losing a recall election. None of that explains the death of Mary Farnsworth and that death is eating at Lottie. Lottie is also dealing with an elderly woman who is telling her life story to audio cassettes, telling Lottie things that she has not told anyone in over 50 years. The story is heartbreaking, the finish to the book ties up most of the lose ends, and the reader is carried away in a complicated, intricate story that keeps you turning the pages. Then there is the issue of a new Episcopal church that has an amazing turn of events, one more mystery that keeps you reading. Charlotte Hinger can write, and this book just confirms that fact as the 2nd in a series. Looking forward to #3.