Cherokee Emerald

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Product Details
Price
$15.95  $14.83
Publisher
3rd Coast Books L.L.C.
Publish Date
Pages
334
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.75 inches | 1.08 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781946743541

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About the Author
R. M. Morgan worked as an engineer in both the U.S. government and academia. In his job, he investigated mysteries like a detective, unraveling the physics of car crashes to establish how to save drivers and passengers. After years of writing articles in that world, R. M. Morgan discovered the joy of writing mystery novels. Currently, he lives in Southern California and is writing the fourth book in the Roth/Gannon series.If you enjoy detective mysteries, give R. M. Morgan novels a read. The books that keep the reader guessing whodunit right up to the end.Further information about R. M. Morgan is available on his website, www.rmmorgan.com.
Reviews

"R.M. Morgan has done it yet again! After giving us the Crown Hunt and Last Train to Danville, he offers us a third helping of a gripping mystery begging to be solved. As always, he incites us to sleuth for the truth!"

- Leonard Szymczak, bestselling author of The Roadmap Home: Your GPS to Inner Peace and award-winning author of Kookaburra's Last Laugh.


"In Cherokee Emerald, Morgan cleverly develops his characters and plot into an intriguing, kick-ass whodunnit. It reveals an intriguing premise, engaging characters and the kinds of twists and suspense mystery readers love. This real page-turner captivates from the beginning and satisfies to the end."

- Craig Wells


"As with the previous two books, I like how the story travels through time. Events in the past sit dormant, and then come back to affect the present. I also like the word imagery, there are many, many examples throughout the book. Comparison of gunfire to popcorn slowly bursting in a microwave, description of Sandford as a muskrat, and his black, lifeless eyes."

- Barbara Hennessey


"What I liked about the book, was the setting in Cherokee country, and the history about the Cherokees and the fact that there were gems and gold in the East. Who knew? I also liked the way the story flowed so easily after I got started. It was a page-turner."

- Linda Rosenberg


"Cherokee Emerald is the latest mystery from R. M. Morgan. It combines page-turning action with a history tale reminiscent of Clive Cussler's method of weaving a little-known historical story with an action-packed mystery. His characters have a warm, homey feeling that pulls the reader through the story. The who-dun-it aspect keeps the reader anticipating the conclusion."

- Richard Hoff