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Shar W. said:
Having grown up in southwestern Minnesota, the setting of this story, I really enjoyed this book. The characers seemed like real rural characters without going overboard with the stereotypes. The Jerusalem artichoke scam was a huge heartbreak when it brought down farmers and so it was interesting to see that played into the plot. It was fun to read from that perspective. The storyline may not have been one of the best, but it was still worth reading. I would recommend it.
posted Dec 23, 2007 at 9:18AM
This was my first time with this author. The book was a lightweight mix of romance and mystery. The mystery made sense except for the part about a secret society whose members have been hidden but active for over 1,000 years. I found that hard to believe. A quick read.
posted Feb 1, 2008 at 6:26AM
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Divorced three times; member of the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension; investigating the murders of elderly people in a small town.