Mining for Justice by Kathleen Ernst. Published by Midnight Ink

Chloe Ellesfon takes a temporary assignment at Pendarvis, a historical site that features the lives of immigrants from Cornwall to Wisconsin.  Chloe is enchanted by the site, right up until cop Roelke Mckenna (and Chloe’s boyfriend), finds human remains in the cellar of one of the old cottages. The remains appear to have been buried for some time, but Chloe still has to close the site for the investigation to take place. It will soon become obvious that someone wants Pendarvis closed permanently. But why? As Chloe struggles to uncover the long-buried secrets, she becomes a target for a killer. This series is just so much fun. A little Fargo, a little Murder, She Wrote and a lot of sharp, intelligent research and writing

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