No Good Deed

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It happened in broad daylight The pretty fifteen year old had saddled up for an afternoon ride and never come back.She was gone So was her horse Left behind was a splintered fence The tracks of a pickup truck A discarded riding boot And a great deal of blood.As a mother herself, Cincinnati detective Sonora Blair knew she was looking at a parent s worst niIt happened in broad daylight The pretty fifteen year old had saddled up for an afternoon ride and never come back.She was gone So was her horse Left behind was a splintered fence The tracks of a pickup truck A discarded riding boot And a great deal of blood.As a mother herself, Cincinnati detective Sonora Blair knew she was looking at a parent s worst nightmare As a homicide cop, she tried not to think about what might be happening to the young girl right now or what the police would find if they didn t get to her in time But nothing in Sonora s experience could prepare her for the chilling revelations that would emerge from this case or for the truth about other missing children, a lover s betrayal, and another unthinkable crime.
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  • Bev Taylor says:

    sonora is called to investigate after a young girl joelle and the horse she is riding go missing - but which was the target? together with her partner sam they unearth a crime within the horse industry that an undercover agent is trying to break plus joelle's mysterious familythen they discover a body sonora is well depicted and her interaction with the other characters is excellent - truthful and funny. plus the troubles of being a hardworking single mother in truth i would give this 3.5 stars [...]

  • Bill says:

    This is the second mystery by Lynn Hightower I've read. It's been much too long between books. I'm so impressed with her story-telling. I liked the main characters very much; Detectives Sonora Blake and her partner, Sam. They have a great relationship, which seems very natural, the dialogue very smooth. Sonora is a single mother, also raising two teenage children. While they don't play a great part in the story, they do add to Sonora's character. The mystery is very interesting, one of the more [...]

  • Maddy says:

    PROTAGONIST: Sonora Blair, homicide detectiveSETTING: Cincinnati, OHSERIES: #3 of 4RATING: 3.25WHY: Fifteen-year-old Joelle Chauncey and the horse she was riding have disappeared. Cincinnati police detective Sonora Blair and her partner, Sam, begin to investigate and find a lot going on in the horse selling world that you'd rather not know about. I had mixed feelings about this book (and the series). On the one hand, the dialog is excellent and the plot engaging. But Blair is very hard on other [...]

  • Justin Miller says:

    This was my first experience reading Hightower. I thought the plotline had an original feel to it in a location that isn't common. That was a big plus for me. That said, I had a hard time connecting with most of the main characters. Sonora Blair came off as so impulsive and lacking of self restraint, it just seems hard to see her cracking a crime.

  • Ruth Kevghas says:

    This book made me start looking for others by this author-- her books were hard to find, but great reads! I love her character of a single mom detective and how she manages (or not) her private life with her professional one. Even after all these years I believe her major characters name was Sonora or something like that and I wish she would write more using this detective!

  • Joanne says:

    Really enjoyed this book - hard to put down. Policewoman Sonora who is a single mother but a policewoman first ends up solving a murder of a 15 year old girl. Book has twists and turns as you follow her investigation.

  • Joe Trohoski says:

    When I was in high school in Lexington, one of my best friends was the author's daughter. My copy of this book bears the inscription, "to my adopted son, read with the lights out and the doors locked. -Lynn 1998"

  • Patty says:

    Apparently I liked this book so much I am currently reading it again! I wished this author hadn't stopped writing. I liked both of her series, this one with Sonora Blair and her other series with Lena Padgett.

  • Patty says:

    Sonora Blair is an interesting character. I could relate to all her issues as a working mom and I found that part to be interesting. I am not sure that her detecting was all that hot, but the story was good. I listened to Anna Fields read this and she is an excellent narrator.

  • Shirley says:

    A Sonora Blair mystery--15 year old girl plus horse disappear. Good story line, gives good picture of frustration of working mothers as well.

  • Sandra says:

    Fake kidnapping. 15 yr. old girl killed by her mother

  • Gail says:

    pretty good

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