Riddled to Death

Riddled to Death A lush and lovely June in Hummingbird Falls gives way to a strange and threatening game for transplanted librarian Ellie Hastings and her beloved mutt Buddy Someone is sending her notes each one a ri

  • Title: Riddled to Death
  • Author: Joanne Clarey
  • ISBN: 9780976810872
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Paperback
  • A lush and lovely June in Hummingbird Falls gives way to a strange and threatening game for transplanted librarian Ellie Hastings and her beloved mutt Buddy Someone is sending her notes, each one a riddle, leading her on a strange hunt with malice implied at each turn Her sharp mind enables her to keep up with the clues, but her nerves and her sense of dread are growing,A lush and lovely June in Hummingbird Falls gives way to a strange and threatening game for transplanted librarian Ellie Hastings and her beloved mutt Buddy Someone is sending her notes, each one a riddle, leading her on a strange hunt with malice implied at each turn Her sharp mind enables her to keep up with the clues, but her nerves and her sense of dread are growing, especially when murder strikes.The body of an unidentified woman is found floating near the falls, literally riddled to death with buckshot A child goes missing, and a mysterious family moves into the village, a family with dark secrets As events collide in unexpected ways, Ellie races to figure out the connection, before all the questions turn twice as deadly.

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    • A rather uneven book. I caught at least two malapropisms, saying someone sacheted, rather than sashayed, from a room, and that someone winched, when "wince" would have been appropriate. Although I prefer positive endings, this one was wrapped up in a rather fakey way, and the whole book seemed a bit--simple perhaps? Even the riddles, the theme of the book, were mediocre. I am not saying I could do better, but my errors would perhaps be more sophisticated. Riddled by buckshot, riddled to death in [...]



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