The Woman Who Rode to the Moon

The Woman Who Rode to the Moon With her life in shambles after her career is destroyed by a friend s betrayal J S Symkin known as Sym retreats to El Gato a remote development in the Sangre de Cristo mountains Sym has come looki

  • Title: The Woman Who Rode to the Moon
  • Author: Bett Reece Johnson
  • ISBN: 9781573440868
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Paperback
  • With her life in shambles after her career is destroyed by a friend s betrayal, J S Symkin, known as Sym, retreats to El Gato, a remote development in the Sangre de Cristo mountains Sym has come looking for peace, but discovers instead unexplained skeletons and an ancient, sacred site guarded by a mythical cougar and haunted by restless apparitions Joined by hit artistWith her life in shambles after her career is destroyed by a friend s betrayal, J S Symkin, known as Sym, retreats to El Gato, a remote development in the Sangre de Cristo mountains Sym has come looking for peace, but discovers instead unexplained skeletons and an ancient, sacred site guarded by a mythical cougar and haunted by restless apparitions Joined by hit artist turned sleuth Cordelia Morgan, Sym probes the mysteries of El Gato while exploring the nature of evil and the myriad shapes of justice.

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    1. I read the first of this series because I had picked up this book to read without knowing it was second in a series. I find the plots more complex than I would like. The main character Morgan Cordelia always comes off as someone that can't be trusted. It is a good book/series for someone that likes to keep track of details and don't mind a bit of going back and forth in time and with sorted characters.

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