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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Book Review - WEAVER'S NEEDLE by Robin Caroll


Inspirational Romance/Suspense at it's best! I'm tellin' you, kids, this one is g-o-o-d!

Even people who've never been to Phoenix know about the Lost Dutchman Mine in the Superstition Mountains. Countless people have searched for it, always unsuccessfully. If it exists. You know how legends go.

Landry Parker inherited her late father's business, Parker Recovery, mountainous debts and all. She accepts an offer from a wealthy widow, Winifred Winslet, to recover a map--a very special map. The original of the Lost Dutchman Mine map. A very costly ($1 Million!) document, and Mrs. Winslet is willing to pay $50,000 to whoever brings said map to her. The other whoever is really the only competition Landry has in New Orleans, one Nicolai Baptiste, a drop-dead hunk of a guy who pushes every hostile button she has.

She needs the money to get her business out of debt. He needs the cash to pay for his little sister's psychological treatment. Whoever has the map is probably the one who murdered Bartholomew Winslet. The police haven't a clue who did the deed, but are more than slightly interested in that map too.

I really loved this book. I'm pretty darn sure you will, too! Available from Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Both sellers have the electronic version FREE at this time. I don't know how long that special will last, so go grabbit! (By the way, I really think you should post a review when you're done reading!)

I received a free copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.

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