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Author:  Marilyn Meredith

Title:  Calling The Dead

Publisher:  Mundania Press

Reviewer: W. H. McDonald, Jr. – AAA Founder

Another Great One in the Temple Crabtree Mystery Series!

Mystery writer Marilyn Meredith has a unique writing style that makes all her tales not only wonderful stories but also so easy to read. It is pure enjoyment every time I read one of her books. I have now read so many of them that I am beginning to feel like a real “fan.” Her latest book in the “Temple Crabtree Mystery Series” is titled “Calling The Dead.”  This is her best work to date. She actually appears to be getting better with each of her books.

Her Native American heroine is Deputy Temple Crabtree who uses her own intuitions as much as investigative tools to solve crimes. This time her little community of Bear Creek has two events that leave two people dead; one looks or appears to be from natural causes and the other could be a murder. On closer look and on her and her husband’s feelings, it becomes much more complicated. Was the murder actually a suicide or an accident? And who were those two young people who reported finding the body and why did they give false names and addresses and leave so quickly? Was the other death really from natural causes? Or do we have something more going on with our new widow?

The plot of this book is gently unfolded and laid out so that as Deputy Crabtree finds clues and sorts things the reader feels a real satisfaction and can almost feel like they are working the case themselves . I enjoyed putting the pieces of the puzzle together and it made the book kind of an inter-active reading adventure for me.

This book is given FIVE STARS by The American Authors Association. It also receives my personal endorsement. It is enjoyable and entertaining and makes for a nice weekend reading adventure.

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