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Posted July 26, 2014
Liz Adair revisits the detective skills and noble character of Spider Latham in her latest book, Trouble at the Red Pueblo. When he’s called in to help solve the reason behind the threats against the owners of a museum in Kanab, Utah, Spider soon realizes the plot is more sinister and involved that anticipated. It is not a good time to be a single woman with connections to large land holdings. Aside from the fact that I found it hard to believe how often people gave things to Spider (seriously, just gave him expensive, if sometimes ugly, items), the story snared me into the lives of the people with their troubles and heartaches. Spider’s new friend, Karam, is delightful. I especially appreciated how much Spider loves his wife, Laurie. All in all, a great book. For those who are not already Spider fans, this story is sure to convert you.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.