Aspen Allegations - A Sutton Massachusetts Mystery

Rated 4.25/5 based on 4 reviews
A ROMANTIC YOGA MYSTERY INFUSED BY NATURE

Morgan has become settled in her quiet life in Sutton, Massachusetts. Her peaceful morning yoga routine is assisted by her cat, Juliet. In the evening she guides her kayak across the placid surface of Lake Singletary. Everything is in its place.

When Morgan stumbles across a dead body in the shadowy depths of Sutton Woods, her stability is knocked askew. More
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Words: 74,660
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311091321
About Lisa Shea

I love writing in a variety of genres. I currently have over 300 books published in all lengths from full 500+ page novels down to short stories. I love writing series. Some are with unconnected characters, like the 14 full-length medieval novels with a sword being passed from heroine to heroine. Some have connected characters, like the 31 mini-mysteries featuring a detective in Salem, Massachusetts. All of my books are written "clean" with no explicit intimacy, no harsh language, and no explicit violence. All are suitable for teens and up.

For a full listing of my books please visit:

http://www.lisashea.com/lisabase/writing/gettingyourbookpublished/lisalibrary.html

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Review by: Blaine Zaid on Nov. 04, 2014 :
This is a murder mystery set in the small Mass. community of Sutton. Most of the characters are longtime residents, and the book begins with the narrator finding a body in the woods on her nature walk. It is an easy read, and includes a lot of discussion about the love of nature, as well as the narrator's romantic feelings about her new boyfriend, the park ranger who assists her when she finds the body, and then with the investigation afterwards. That part is a bit mushy at times for me (middle age male reader) , but not ridiculously so. I liked the story, so minor details such as the aforementioned and occasional repetitiveness (had the term wry smile 3 or 4 times on one page) are forgiven. I think it's a worthwhile read overall !
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Review by: adanma ude on Oct. 16, 2014 :
Great story, I enjoyed reading it
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Review by: Brian Elvis on Sep. 30, 2014 :
"Its always the butler". Absolutely loved the plot and how the author makes it gradually unfold.
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Review by: hrhsophia on Sep. 24, 2014 :
A very easy read with a steady pace of clues.
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