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Restaurateur and psychic sleuth, Daisy O'Connor is not about to let little things like being banned from the rez or blackmailed by a corrupt sheriff prevent her from investigating the strange demise of several young men by an apparition called the Ghost Dancer. When one of the victims delivers an ominous warning that "another must die", Daisy breaks all rules to learn the Restaurateur and psychic sleuth, Daisy O'Connor is not about to let little things like being banned from the rez or blackmailed by a corrupt sheriff prevent her from investigating the strange demise of several young men by an apparition called the Ghost Dancer. When one of the victims delivers an ominous warning that "another must die", Daisy breaks all rules to learn the true identity of this flesh and blood murderer, and why he is on a killing spree. In true Southern style, she issues her own warning - "you better give your heart to Jesus 'cause the rest of you is goin' to jail."


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Restaurateur and psychic sleuth, Daisy O'Connor is not about to let little things like being banned from the rez or blackmailed by a corrupt sheriff prevent her from investigating the strange demise of several young men by an apparition called the Ghost Dancer. When one of the victims delivers an ominous warning that "another must die", Daisy breaks all rules to learn the Restaurateur and psychic sleuth, Daisy O'Connor is not about to let little things like being banned from the rez or blackmailed by a corrupt sheriff prevent her from investigating the strange demise of several young men by an apparition called the Ghost Dancer. When one of the victims delivers an ominous warning that "another must die", Daisy breaks all rules to learn the true identity of this flesh and blood murderer, and why he is on a killing spree. In true Southern style, she issues her own warning - "you better give your heart to Jesus 'cause the rest of you is goin' to jail."

8 review for DEAD MEN CAN'T DANCE

  1. 4 out of 5

    Krystyna

    When the dead speak, she has to act. Another great cozy. Mixing rez life with the white man's but in such a way that is understandable ad sympathetic. A plot that immerses murder, tribal beliefs and ghosts whilst giving you an insight into the reservations carried by both sides against the other. A wonderful mix of characters especially the heroine who with her white skin and red hair is shunned by some even though she lived on the rez for several years and has a native American grandfather. She h When the dead speak, she has to act. Another great cozy. Mixing rez life with the white man's but in such a way that is understandable ad sympathetic. A plot that immerses murder, tribal beliefs and ghosts whilst giving you an insight into the reservations carried by both sides against the other. A wonderful mix of characters especially the heroine who with her white skin and red hair is shunned by some even though she lived on the rez for several years and has a native American grandfather. She have been asked to stake out where they think a ghost is present (by the way ghosts talk to her) but she knows from first glance that this isn't a ghost. This is a flesh and blood dancer and now she also knows that someone else is going to die. They have already had two deaths. Both young me were tortured and then killed. As she tries to make sense of it her companion has to leave her to aid the local sheriff with trouble at the new casino site. However the new victim keeps letting her know that another will die. She can't let it go and must fight against both the corrupt local sheriff and he crush on the rez police force. Will she find out who it is before she is added to the tally? Also how can she help her friend run the local diner if she is off snooping? Will she be able to save the fourth man?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gabrielle David

    Good story I enjoyed the story and the setting but the protagonist is beginning to grate. Her “white lies” and disregard for others make her more of a spoiled brat than a heroine. I still hope she will grow up a bit and will read the next story.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

  4. 4 out of 5

    R.P. Dahlke

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Ranger

  6. 5 out of 5

    Arlene Cucco

  7. 5 out of 5

    Priti DSilva

  8. 4 out of 5

    Prince Morifi

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