Book number ten! My goal was to finish Home Again Blues this spring, but COVID-19 threw me for a loop (like everyone else, I’m sure), so I guess the end of June is good enough. I’m alternating between my Utah novels and my Gothic novels, so here is the first of my 1920s southern Utah mysteries.
“What do you do with a secret that might get someone killed?”
Tenny assumes it’s a joke when someone writes to her advice column on a matter of life and death. After serving as a nurse in the Great War, she doesn’t want more trouble. But when a local turns up dead on her neighbor’s southern Utah homestead, she feels responsible. The murderer is probably an outsider: the prospector looking for gold, a Wobbly hiding from the law, or the handsome-but-irritating barnstormer pilot hanging around town. To clear her friend’s name, though, Tenny will have to look closer at the secrets all around her.