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Landslide (The Detective Series, #3)

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Everything has come down around private investigator Cornelia Osgood, Oz to most. Her sister has split town, leaving her newborn daughter in Oz's arms. And just before her sister ran off, Oz's girlfriend Abby left too. Oz loves her niece, but parenting is definitely cramping her style, both professionally and personally, and her mother, who doesn't seem like herself these ...more
Kindle Edition, 195 pages
Published June 9th 2012
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Riley
Nov 07, 2013 Riley rated it really liked it
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Book 2 in the Detective Series pushed our beloved heroine Oz down a difficult path, and she didn't exactly navigate it with perfect ease. She blundered through a few spots (with her usual sarcastic humor, of course) and ended up losing a couple important people in her life because of it. So I was curious to see how that would impact her in Book 3.

I'm glad to say that this installment fulfilled that curiosity, and more. I really enjoyed watching Oz mature and come to grips with herself and her em
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Todd Newton
Jul 09, 2012 Todd Newton rated it it was amazing
Where book 2 ended on a bit of a down note (actually a few), we get to see in book 3 that those were beginnings rather than endings. I'm excited to see more of that in book 4, and I'm very curious about how a few things in particular will resolve. A lot of the subtext here, for me, is how people deal with difficulty and tragedy. Who they lean on, who they allow to lean on them, and the various shapes we contort ourselves in to survive. I love that about these books because it's so honest and acc ...more
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