Anasazi Intrigue

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When a devastating flood takes out several homes in a small town, residents are shocked by the news of also a possible poison spill that kills many of the fish and neighbor’s pets. Julia, the town’s newest reporter, begins her investigation but realizes the story is much bigger and more dangerous than she thought! Julia and her husband find themselves on the run trying to save their lives while finishing the story of a lifetime! She never realized that being a reporter could be so dangerous. With artifacts, dead fish, a devastating flood, and miscreants, John and Julia have their hands full.

2 reviews for Anasazi Intrigue

  1. Chopstickz11

    This book reminds me of a cozy mystery wrapped into a much longer mystery novel. There is a lot of sweetness and the descriptions are a bit excessive at times. I am not typically a fan of the cozy mystery myself and I did feel that the beginning of the book was a bit disjointed with jumps in the timeline. However, if you are a cozy mystery fan that never feels they are long enough for you, this is certainly a book for you.

    That being said there is a very intriguing mystery that takes a lot of twists and turns to keep the reader interested and engaged in the lives of the Evans.

    I was provided with a free copy of this audio book for my honest review. The views expressed here are entirely my own.

  2. Julie Howard

    I enjoyed this book. It is in the modern detective genre but I think it should be in the Indiana Jones section !?! Because that is what it reminded me of with alll the talk of artefacts, the romance, bad guys and the action or tense situations very Indiana. There was a mystery tuning through the story but no real questioning of the suspects and they just stumbled over the answer. I did like the characters especially the feisty Julia, I like it when females can take care of themselves and I did like John but some of this pranks seemed ill timed. I did enjoy it and will be listening to the next book but as a big mystery fan it wasn’t quiet what I was expecting.
    In the aftermath of a flood, reporter Julia Evans notices a lot of dead fish in an area not to badly hit by the flood. She begs her boss to let her investigate and soon starts a mystery that starts with dead animals but could quickly end up costing Julia her life. At the same time her husband has noticed some strange behaviour at a local dig site and is worried if Julia gets wind of the artefacts going missing she will put herself in harm’s way investigating a bigger story. Can the two of them work out what killed the fish and who looted the treasure?
    I liked the narrator but did speed it up because she was a bit slow.
    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request from audiobooksunleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

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