Title: Seeds of Vengeance
Author: Sylvia Nobel
Review: This is a Kendall O'Dell mystery, by Sylvia Nobel. Kendall is an investigative reporter who has relocated to Arizona for health reasons following her broken engagement. She is now engaged to a local rancher whose uncle, a judge, is found missing during a hunting trip. His body is found, in a pool on his own property, having been shot, decapitated, and miles from where he went missing. The story builds nicely and has several suspects which could be responsible for the foul deed. If you follow the story line carefully you might be able to correctly identify the murder.
I would read other books by this author and give this one a solid 4 stars.
Thanks Frank for this review.
Published: Published September 1st 2006 by Nite Owl Books (first published January 1st 2006)
Page Count: 385
Quick Review: 4 out 5 stars –
Why I Read this Title: Picked up at KindleBuffet.com
Synopsis: Reporter Kendall O'Dell is dragged into a frightening world of secrets and intrigue after the remains of a prominent judge are discovered at a secluded Arizona ranch. As she narrows down the possible suspects, Kendall finds her life—and her engagement to be married—in jeopardy. Torn between withdrawing from the case for her own safety and following a shocking secret in the hopes of solving the murder, Kendall becomes enmeshed in a case that grows more frightening every day.
Author Information: Author Sylvia Nobel, has been a resident of Arizona since 1961. In that time she has learned to understand and enjoy Arizona's unique beauty and the people who have made the State synonymous with the "Old West". Through the books available from Nite Owl, readers can participate in an adventure that provides the true ambiance of the modern west. The attention to detail and the eloquence of the masterfully written stories, will give the reader a vivid picture as well as present great insight into these well researched contemporary tales based on actual news articles.