Show Me the Gold

Show Me the Gold

Book - 2014
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"Staking out a country graveyard to catch vandals ex-spy Phoenix Smith and Acting Sheriff Annalynn Keyser respond to a neighboring county's urgent call. The old friends block an exit from an abandoned farmhouse where four bank robbers were spotted. The women engage in a fatal shootout but two gang members escape. Achilles Phoenix's K-9 dropout can't sniff out a trail but smells a trap set to kill pursuers. The FBI takes over the case but fails to find the fugitives or the gold coins they stole. Agents suspect Phoenix knows where the gold is. So do the elusive robbers. Phoenix must adapt her tradecraft to protect herself and others and to follow threads leading to the gang and the gold" --
Publisher: Waterville, Maine : Five Star, A part of Gale, Cengage Learning, [2014]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781432829902
1432829904
Branch Call Number: MULFORD C
Characteristics: 303 pages ; 23 cm

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DBRL_IdaF Sep 13, 2018

Retired CIA operative Phoenix Smith and her dog Achilles are back for another adventure alongside Phoenix's lifelong chum, Annalynn Carr Keyser, acting sheriff of Laycock, Missouri. The story hits the ground running with lots of action right away.

A bank has been robbed, valuable gold coins are missing and every member of the extended family of the ne'er-do-wells involved seem to be acting suspiciously. In a reversal of the norm, Phoenix and Annalynn find themselves under investigation by the FBI. Meanwhile, Phoenix faces personal decisions about her love life, has to help stage a community theater musical, and also must dodge mysterious attempts on her life.

This is the third book in the Show Me mystery series, and the core group of characters are growing nicely into their roles. An enjoyable read

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