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Coffin Man (Charlie Moon Series #16)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2012

    Recommend - If you are a Doss fan a must read

    All Charlie Moon fans need to read. Daisy is getting pretty old...

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 27, 2011

    OK, James Doss is one of my favorite authors, and this is classic James Doss. It is great!

    This is the latest (16th) in a long series of books by James Doss. So, if you are already a James Doss fan, read no further, just buy the book and enjoy another tail spun around Aunt Daisy, Charlie, Sara, and Scott Paris.

    If you haven't read a James Doss book before and you like a good mistry novel set in the Southwest, (Southwestern Colorado, Nowthwestern New Mexico) and you appreciate a brilliant sense of humor, then by all means buy one of his books and get ready for a good read. I would recommend that you start earlier in the series than this book. The Shaman Sings was his first novel and showcases the unique sense of humor offered by Doss, and serves to introduce the main characters, Charlie Moon, a Ute Indian cop, Aunt Daisy, an old Ute shaman, who talks to ghosts (maybe) to help solve the mistry.

    If you don't want to go all the way back to the first book, you could start with Grandmother's Spider, where we meet Sara Frank and have an adventure with a hot air balloon.

    So if you want to laugh, cry a little, and get the bad guys, all with a little Southwestern lore mixed in, then read a James Doss book.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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