Three Sisters

Three Sisters

by James D. Doss


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Three Sisters by James D. Doss

All Charlie Moon wanted to do was enjoy a night of poker with his best friend and Granite Creek police chief Scott Parris. But that was before Scott's dispatcher cut in with an emergency call. A man was on the phone with his wife when their call was interrupted by a bloodcurdling scream. Would Charlie and Scott mind checking it out?

Arriving on the scene, they discover that the man's wife, who is the daughter of a wealthy and influential rancher, has been mauled beyond recognition. Is this the work of a hungry bear? Or something far more sinister? The whole family—including the victim's sister, a popular TV psychic who on that very night happened to "see" a murder happen in real-time—is demanding answers. But if there's one person who can solve the case, it's Charlie's aunt Daisy. She's an aged Ute shaman whose investigative talents rely heavily on help from the spirit world. Can she see the truth…and help track down a killer?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781250305879
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 09/30/2008
Series: Charlie Moon Series , #12
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 572,513
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.93(d)

About the Author

JAMES D. DOSS, a long-time resident of the Southwest, is the author of sixteen previous Charlie Moon mysteries. Two of the Moon books were named among the best books of the year by Publishers Weekly. He died in 2012, shortly after completing The Old Gray Wolf, the final novel in the series.

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Three Sisters (Charlie Moon Series #12) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Its given me sooooo many hours of enjoyment!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another great book by Doss that keeps you in suspence.
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SilverLee More than 1 year ago
A classic Doss style Charlie Moon novel. No only do you get the dialogue you also get inside the heads of the characters and the completed mental comments far outweigh the verbal! Thoroughly enjoy this series and the feisty sometimes - well usually - contrary Aunt Daisy. Recommend the entire series. Start at the beginning with "Shaman Sings" and read as the characters grow.
tworthen More than 1 year ago
The author is able to transfer his joy of the english language to its fullest in describing the people and the place in these western mysteries, Also humor, and a touch of strange accompany each of Dobbs' works. All are highly recommended.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I can't believe that this book was written by by the same author. Although the plot is good with all of the usual interesting characters, the flowery narrative turned me off completely to the extent that I lost interest and didn't finish the book.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Colorado TV psychic Cassandra Spencer watches her fame go stratospheric as she calmly describes a murder truck-stop as the homicide is occurring. However, Cassandra feels her gift failed her as she was unable to predict or warn her recently married older sister Astrid her sibling was killed by a wild animal.----------------- Ute tribal investigator rancher Charlie Moon has some doubts that a natural predator killed Astrid especially after a visit to acrimonious Aunt Daisy who in between biting his head off believes a creature from beyond committed the crime. As Cassandra and her other sister Beatrice compete for the hand of the late Astrid¿s husband, Charlie, knowing not to ignore his aunt, and his best friend Granite Creek police chief Scott Parris search for a killer on the earthy plane. Aunt Daisy assists them with a search for clues on the spirit plane where she believes the culprit comes from.-------------------- The twelfth Charlie Moon paranormal police procedure is a fabulous whodunit filled with twists and turns, plenty of red herrings, and an incredible final spin. Aunt Daisy is at her caustic best, which means Charlie pays quite a price for her help that he knows he needs. Readers will appreciate James D. Doss¿ stupendous Native American mystery that is as sharp as Aunt Daisy¿s tongue. ------------- Harriet Klausner