Shadow Man by James D. Doss
(Charlie Moon Mysteries)

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When a local prosecuting attorney is killed by long-range rifle while dining at an exclusive Granite Creek, Colorado, restaurant, it seems obvious that a vengeful criminal is to blame. But orthodontist Manfred Blinkoe was sitting ten feet away and he insists that he was the intended victim. In fact, he claims that just before the shot was fired, he saw his doppelganger--an eerie lookalike--as he has in the past just before a near-death experience. Terrified, Blinkoe hires Charlie Moon to find the lookalike, but before Charlie can get anywhere, Blinkoe is murdered for real.
As usual in Doss's clever, intricately drawn mysteries, the cagey Charlie Moon and his Ute shaman Aunt Daisy share the spotlight.

About James D. Doss

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JAMES D. DOSS, author of nine previous Charlie Moon mysteries, is originally from Kentucky. Now he divides his time between Los Alamos and Taos, New Mexico.
Published October 1, 2005 by Minotaur Books. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Puckish Charlie Moon, Southern Ute Tribal Investigator, and his irascible aunt Daisy, an aged shaman, once again defeat pomposity, linear reasoning and assorted illegalities.

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In Doss's highly entertaining 10th Charlie Moon mystery (after 2004's The Witch's Tongue ), the rancher and Ute tribal investigator takes on his most

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