Ludwig's Fugue Paperback
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|Book Description||Can David Ludwig Emerge from His Fugue?, Was He Set Up ... or Did He Murder His Family?, , The Wet Mountain Valley Sheriff's Office has its hands full when they must not only deal with solving a homicide, but, with limited resources, must call in the CBI and deal with an arrogant and closed-minded agent., White Feather, an old Cherokee medicine man, uses his unique skills to compete with the local Sheriff's Office to solve mysteries. He sometimes compliments but more often complicates the more traditional investigating methods of local law enforcement., Sam Morrison, fired from the Denver Police Homicide Division, accepts a job in the beautiful Wet Mountain Valley Sheriff's Office just in time to work on the Ludwig murders. Can he solve the crime? Will his personal life that caused his ex-wife to flee from him complicate his ability to work? And, will Sam be able to put his life and his family back together again?, Set in the scenic, rural Wet Mountain Valley of southern Colorado, the White Feather Mysteries are a delightful cross between "Cozy Mystery" and "Geezer Lit." Multiple book award-winning author Courtney Miller will keep you guessing until the end!|
|Editorial Review||"A cunningly crafted mystery. Take a triple homicide in a small, Colorado mountain town, add a cast of intriguing characters--almost none of whom are completely innocent--and you have Ludwig's Fugue. Courtney Miller sets this terrific plot into motion and doesn't let up until the final, spine-tingling surprise." --Margaret Coel, New York Times bestselling author of Winter's Child "A murder mystery with a unique twist. Courtney Miller's complexity of the classic homicide involving the legendary gifts of a Cherokee Shaman provides a different angle to criminal procedures. Set in a small mountain town, a triple homicide rocks the small community and the likeable deputies embark on a mission to solve the riddle. An enjoyable story to follow through each surprising turn of events." --Sheriff Shannon Byerly, Custer County Sheriff|
|Number of Pages||348|