Summary

In 1940, Leland Langtry ran off with his redheaded secretary and $10,000 in company funds... Or so everyone believed... Forty years later, Langtry's remains are found in a boarded-up silver mine tunnel. And as the knife still jammed between his ribs had belonged to his partner in Lang-Star Mining, Tom Starbuck - also long since dead - a jury decided that Tom had killed Langtry. But Tom's widow, Delia, resists that verdict and persuades that very private investigator Conan Flagg to find the real murderer - an impossible job made tougher by the curious reticence of nearly everyone in town whenever Leland Langtry is mentioned...
©2014 Martha Kay Renfroe (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Stewart Webb on 09-03-15

Good easy listen

A gentle detective story well read, not challenging but one for a long journey. Ending slightly abrupt. But nonetheless I would recommend the book

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