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Zero at the Bone by Mary Willis Walker
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Feb 13, 2012

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bookshelves: american, mystery-lite, mystery-psychological
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A nice light mystery, not too serious but well plotted and consistent. A young woman is in serious financial trouble and about to lose her home, land and business. She gets a mysterious letter from her father whom she hasn't seen since she was 5 years old; he says he can help with the finances and to please come see him. So she goes to Austin, to the zoo where he works, to look for him. Shame of it is, he was just killed at the zoo that morning. So our girl takes a job at the zoo and starts to investigate. She also meets the members of her family that she hadn't known since she was 5. So there is some family drama, some sleuthing, some action, some romance, some success - all done in a very nice way.

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