Sep 21

Stone Cold Case Book Review

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Stone Cold Case

Title: Stone Cold Case

Author: Catherine Dilts

Series: A Rock Shop Mystery Book 2

Publisher: Five Star Publishing

Genre: Mystery

Release Date: September 16

Pages: 385

Format: Paperback

Buy Links: Amazon / Barnes & Noble


Rock shop owner Morgan Iverson’s discovery of human remains reopens a cold case and unhealed wounds in a Colorado mountain town, while her find of a rare gemstone sparks a dangerous treasure hunt.

The remains are those of Carlee Kruger, a prom queen who vanished fifteen years ago. Carlee’s mother asks Morgan to investigate. A Sasquatch look-alike may hold the key to both Carlee’s death and the gemstone, but he eludes the police, despite repeated sightings by an elderly cowboy and the rock shop’s donkeys. As she uncovers the past, Morgan becomes the target of someone determined to keep the truth buried.

In book two of the Rock Shop Mystery series, amateur sleuth Morgan Iverson digs into gemstone prospecting to solve a Stone Cold Case.

My Thoughts:

I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Although this book is book 2 in the A Rock Shop Mystery, it can be read as a stand-alone. I have not read book 1.

Morgan literally stumbles upon a murder. Apparently it’s the second one she’s come across. It turns out the body is that of Carlee Kruger. Carlee has been missing for a long time, her mom just assumed she ran away.

They live in a small mountain town. The fact that it is a small town where everyone knows everyone, it’s unsettling to know someone killed Carlee and made sure no one found out.

This is your typical who done it. I love these types of books. I always try to figure out who the murder was before its revealed.

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