Murder by the Clock

Murder by the Clock Murder unsettles the citizens of Stone City a small town at the base of the Appalachians It s a crime the town hasn t seen in over twenty years and it s up to Rachel Christie a struggling private de

  • Title: Murder by the Clock
  • Author: Sabena Stone
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Murder unsettles the citizens of Stone City, a small town at the base of the Appalachians It s a crime the town hasn t seen in over twenty years and it s up to Rachel Christie, a struggling private detective, to solve the grisly murder Rachel survives threats from the Sheriff, anonymous threats on her life and an attempt to kill her before facing the murderer s gun.AfterMurder unsettles the citizens of Stone City, a small town at the base of the Appalachians It s a crime the town hasn t seen in over twenty years and it s up to Rachel Christie, a struggling private detective, to solve the grisly murder Rachel survives threats from the Sheriff, anonymous threats on her life and an attempt to kill her before facing the murderer s gun.After six months of struggling and running out of money, she finally has a case A case that no one wants solved A case that she must solve or return to the life which gave her nightmares.

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    1. This debut novel from Sabena Stone kicks off a promising series about a young woman named Rachel Christie, (just call her Ray) with a difficult past struggling to make a name for herself as a private investigator in a small town in North Carolina. The chief of police doesn't like her much, although she is working at a peaceable professional relationship with the Deputy, and with the help of her partner, young Cody, she is getting to know the rest of the residents in small Stone City.In this book [...]

    2. I don't normally read mysteries because I can't find ones that hold my attention like Sue Grafton's Stories. That's why it was refreshing to read this book. Fans of mystery writers such as Sue Grafton and J.D. Robb will enjoy reading this book. The first in a series of mysteries, I was surprised that I had read the first 50 pages with out even realizing it. It's a fast paced page turner that keeps you engaged every step of the way with intrigue. The main character Rachael Christie throws herself [...]

    3. I really didn't know what to expect when I started reading this novel. I love a good mystery and the title and description of this book intrigued me. It didn't take long for the story to grab my attention, and once it had me it would not let go. I read the book in one sitting. Why? Because I had to find out how it ended. That is the true test of a mystery novel, to have the ability to keep the reader turning the pages. Well written and very entertaining. I will definitely be reading more from th [...]

    4. I'm not one to usually read mysteries but I'm so glad I am across this book. The book holds you from the first page and doesn’t let go. It's a fast-paced novel but interlaced with touches of humour and romance which help make this a very complete storyline. The main character is very likeable and the plot had me guessing to the end. This is clearly an accomplished writer with a great deal of talent - a fantastic book and I'm off to check out the others in the series. Highly recommend.

    5. This was a very good mystery with a good amount of surprises, little bit of romance and full of twists and turns. The book was written in the first person, which I prefer, and the characters were well described from Rachel, our heroine to her laid back quiet associate.

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