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Although I wasn't intrigued by the cover once I opened the book and begin reading I was intrigued and the pages just kept turning almost on their own.
Admittedly I am a cover junkie. If the cover doesn't 'get me' I am
not likely to pick up the book.
In this case. I can't judge a book by it's cover.
Reader be warned being a cover junkie could be your undoing.
I have to thank Lori at Great Escapes Tours for introducing me to Kathleen Ernst and the Chloe Ellefson Series.
I enjoyed Chloe. Being a bit of a reluctant sleuth I could relate to her.
I have not read a book like this before. Chloe is a historian that seems unable not to step into a bit of drama, crime and dead bodies. Mostly old dead bodies that open up cans of worms that
bring the past to the present.
Mining for Justice is and the series takes the reader into a history lesson while weaving a story that not only captivates but fascinates the reader into learning more about history and olden times.
Also included at the end of the book is a glossary of Cornish words and historical photos.
The authors website is as intriguing as the books in the series.
I recommend visiting her website. Click here
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