Birds of Wonder: Cynthia Robinson


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Birds of Wonder

Sometimes events happen that change your life and bring it to a different level. Walking your dog in the morning should not yield tragic results. Beatrice Ousterhout is walking her dog and never expects to almost fall over Amber Inglin’s dead body. Even more traumatic, Amber was one of her students who was cast as the lead in Beatrice’s production of John Webster’s Jacobean tragedy, The Duchess of Malfi. Fortunately for Beatrice her daughter Jes is a detective on the police force and rather than calling them directly she phones her on her cell. From the moment you meet Jes and she reaches the crime scene you can feel a total emotional disconnect between mother and daughter. Jess is a detective with only two years experience who has been with many men along the way including the owner of the field where Amber was found. This book…

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