Deadwood Mystery Series 2: Optical Delusions in Deadwood - Ann Charles Reviews
Description:Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Ann Charles / Kindle Edition / 432 Pages / Book is published 2011-05-08 by Corvallis ... more
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Pages: 432, Paperback, Corvallis Press
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The first book in the Deadwood Mysteries series is Nearly Departed in Deadwood. OPTICAL DILULLISIONS could technically be viewed as a stand alone read, but characters and events from the first book are mentioned casually, so it is best to read the books in order. *** Violet Parker has more or less settled into her realtor job at Calamity Jane's Realty, but is keen to prove that her recent sale wasn't just a one off, or is because of her personal friendship with Doc. So when a woman and her daughter ask for Violet to sell their family home in nearby town Lead, she is eager to jump in and get started. The house is large, beautifully ... Read the complete review
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