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Scalping the Red Rocks (Derek Mason Mystery #2)

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Something's askew in the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona. The town's inhabitants are divided by urban growth. Some entrepreneurs try to make a quick buck by selling out the very aspect of the town that drew them: the awe-inspiring views and natural beauty. Spirited, passionate, and a bit mettlesome, Derek Mason helps his aunt Ruby find her place in the New Age haven, but inst ...more
Paperback, 234 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Cherokee McGhee (first published June 29th 2010)
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Damian Serbu
Oct 05, 2012 Damian Serbu rated it it was amazing
Lilly has once again produced a captivating mystery with engaging characters. I love the twist of combining characters from two different novels!
Mar 08, 2014 Neet rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the second book in the Derek Mason mysteries. We meet our intrepid hero and armature detective in Sedona, AZ assisting his Aunt Ruby in finding a condo.At one such search, Derek finds the body of their realtor who has been scalped and posed in the condo's bathroom.The realtor seems to have had his hands in many pockets and wasn't well liked by Sedona natives. The only ones that seem to mourn him is his strident ex-wife and his flighty, new-age girlfriend. Derek meets Myra Greer and Tophe ...more
Chi Dubinski
Jun 23, 2014 Chi Dubinski rated it liked it
Derek Mason accompanies his elderly aunt Ruby to Sedona, Arizona, to shop for retirement condos. But instead of getting a tour of the property, they discover the real estate agent dead, and scalped. They’ve stepped right in the middle of a land dispute involving developers, New Age practitioners, and the Native Americans.
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May 21, 2010 Nanci Arvizu rated it it was amazing
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I enjoyed the story, and the descriptions of the desert. Always happy to read about Aunt Ruby.
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Greg Lilly grew up in Bristol, Virginia then lived in Charlotte, North Carolina. The rich storytelling tradition of the South captivated him and he began writing. He first turned to creating short stories after plot lines and characters emerged from the technical manuals he wrote for a large family-owned corporation. His first novel, Fingering the Family Jewels – a Derek Mason Mystery, grew from t

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