The Witness Wore Blood Bay

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Leigh's friend Candy, a fellow horsewoman, finds herself accused of murder. Who else would she turn to for help except Leigh? After all, everyone in small town Del Canto knows Leigh has body-discovering experience. Never mind that Leigh is busy finding out who's poisoning dogs in Sammi's neighborhood and she's trying to renovate her home without going broke. There's a murder mystery to solve. More

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Words: 95,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458122278
About L.C. Evans

L.C. Evans loves to write. She grew up in Florida and now lives in North Carolina with her husband Bob and their three dogs. She likes to hear from readers. Please visit her web site at www.lcevans.com

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Review by: Tammy Cummings on March 09, 2011 :
I did like this book and want to read the first book, but there were a few dry spots. The dead ends didn't seem dramatic enough.
The author does tell a good story.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: linda on Feb. 26, 2011 :
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters were engaging and the plot draws you in quickly. The writing style is very easy to read. This is a light, but well written, murder mystery. Details about horses and dogs add character to the story and make it intriguing. I would definitely recommend this book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Arthur Levine on Jan. 27, 2011 :
With her new novel, The Witness Wore Blood Bay, Linda Evans proves once again that she is a wordsmith of the first order. Her principal character, Leigh McRae, leads us through a maze of false starts as she tries to clear her fellow horseman, Candy, of murder charges. She has numerous side adventures with her cousin Sammi as she helps her discover who or what is poisoning neighborhood dogs, and tries to advise her on her hapless love life, all the while trying to discover the true identity of the killer. Just when you think Leigh can’t solve this crime, she uses the clue of a child’s toy to lead us to the real murderer, and clear her friend of false charges. You won’t want to put this page-turner down as Leigh leads us from one heart-pumping discovery to another. This one deserves five stars.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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