I'm a fan of Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone series, and this one didn't disappoint. The series is fun, intriguing, and it takes you to new places and is full of new surprises while still building on the foundation built early on.
No need to read the series in order; the backstory fills in quite nicely.
news of her fathers death sends sharon mcCone rushing to her family home. while going through his personal effects she comes across documents that questions her birth and parentage.
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Sharon McCone rushing to her family home. While going through has personal effects, McCone comes upon a shocking document, one that raises questions about her birth. The stunned, strong-willed investigator embarks on a search for the answers, yet from Montana's Flathead Reservation to a remote county in northern California, all she finds is an impregnable wall of lies and evasion.
PI Sharon McCone, cleaning out after her father's death, finds a document that raises questions about her birth. Well written series
Fast paced. McCone is a funny and gutsy heroine, weaving Indian culture in to enrich the plot.
I have read all of Marcia Muller's Sharon McCone series. I love the all.
You think one way about your life and in a moment everything changes. Everything you believed about yourself is untrue. How shocking and disturbing. Read how this detective unravels the mystery of her life and find her true heritage.
This one is a real page turner.
Sleuth Sharon McCone investigates her own history in this novel. It is well written and easy to read, and the theme of "listening to the silence"...what people don't say... is fascinating.
I will be reading more from this author!
This is an excellent story, a little different from the normal Sharon McCone mystery. In this one, she discovers she is adopted (I'm not giving anything away, it's on the back cover!) and the story is her adventures in trying to trace her birth family--since no one in her family will tell her anything. It's interesting, heart-warming, dangerous, exciting, and very rewarding to read.
Listen to the silence has a great story line. McConefinds out she is adopted and the search is on. I liked the story a lot.
This is book 21 in this series and I really enjoyed the tie into Sharon McCone's Native American heritage.