New York Times best-selling author of A Dilly of a Death, Susan Wittig Albert adds Dead Man's Bones to her widely acclaimed China Bayles mystery series. Publishers Weekly says China is "in a class with lady sleuths V. I. Warshawski and Stephanie Plum." Deep in Texas hill country, ex-lawyer China thinks life is hectic enough already, and then her teenage son unearths human remains while digging in a nearby cave.
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by Susan Wittig Albert
"In Texas Hill County, ex-lawyer turned herbalist China Bayles becomes embroiled in a thirty-year-old murder case when her teenaged son finds bones in a cave. At the same time, the wealthiest citizen in the county, Jane Obermann, shoots the local handyman after the debut of a controversial play about her father. Julia Gibson manages to keep the two plots straight as they intertwine. Gibson gives China a no-nonsense voice that drives the investigation while Obermann sounds as domineering as her character. The pace is nonstop, the investigation convoluted as Albert provides clues and Gibson gives a perfect performance that charms the listener. M.B.K. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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