Tour de Trace The younger cyclists who signed up for camping and biking along Mississippi s Natchez Trace may think of Susan Warner as old But she is no Miss Marple or Jessica Fletcher Retired from teaching she sp

  • Title: Tour de Trace
  • Author: Sharon L. Dean
  • ISBN: 9780692212806
  • Page: 138
  • Format: Paperback
  • The younger cyclists who signed up for camping and biking along Mississippi s Natchez Trace may think of Susan Warner as old But she is no Miss Marple or Jessica Fletcher Retired from teaching, she sports a lavender streak in her silver hair and, though she has the slowest mph, she can cover the distance But when she steps out of her tent the first morning, only ten ofThe younger cyclists who signed up for camping and biking along Mississippi s Natchez Trace may think of Susan Warner as old But she is no Miss Marple or Jessica Fletcher Retired from teaching, she sports a lavender streak in her silver hair and, though she has the slowest mph, she can cover the distance But when she steps out of her tent the first morning, only ten of her fellow cyclists appear The eleventh has left a note saying that she will return later Later never happens Instead, the riders discover the cyclist s body stretched crucifixion style on an ancient Indian Mound With each turn of her bicycle wheel, Susan searches for the killer Is it an ex husband The owner of a decrepit bed and breakfast A snake handler Or is it one of the cyclists Her ride along the Natchez Trace pits New Englander Susan against an unfamiliar landscape and a murderer.

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    1. A mother-daughter bicycle tour along the Natchez Trace goes badly wrong when one of the other riders is murdered just as the trip gets underway. The heroine, Susan Warren, spends the rest of the tour trying to uncover the killer, an exercise that leads her, via the Internet, to another place a long time ago. Tour de Trace includes lots of interesting history, and dozens of literary allusions from the author, a former Professor of Literature. Add to that wonderful descriptions of Mississippi flor [...]

    2. Follow a group of young cyclists on their camping and biking along Mississippi's Natchez Trace. When one of the cycling team is missing, the group is left on their own devices to find out what happened. When she's found later, dead, crucified on an ancient Indian Mound, Susan Ward from New England is eager to find out who did it. While the tour goes on, several suspects within and from outside the team pop up. Is it an ex-husband? Is it because of sexual orientation, the revenge of pentecostal C [...]

    3. Going on a bike tour with a bunch of strangers is already an iffy proposition. You never know what strange people you end up riding with. Doing it in Mississippi along the Natchez Trace makes it even iffier. What with the unique landscape, crazy innkeepers and snake handlers. Add a couple of murders and you got a recipe for disaster. Unless you are Susan Turner, Dean's protagonist in Tour De Trace. Turner, a retired professor celebrating her retirement with her daughter, keeps a cool head, colle [...]

    4. Pretty clumsy. I can see that the author had the idea of a new Jessica Fletcher, but the execution was poor. I was distracted by the references to cell phone bars that meant battery power, couldn’t believe that a bike trip would let their riders be on their own, and didn’t have enough dots to connect to believe the ending.

    5. Source: Views She Writes - WordPress ReviewsTour d trace is a cozy mystery series book. The theme is interesting. the characters are defined. The relationship between mother and daughter was beautifully described. You could easily relate to the experience between them.But it feels like the narration slacks somewhere in between. The story is properly laid out but it drags a lot toward the middle. There are a lot of points where the story could have been tighten up. Many times I could easily skip [...]

    6. In her debut novel, Sharon Dean deftly brings to life a group of diverse, lively, and sometimes sinister characters. The mystery that unfolds during a challenging biking tour along Mississippi’s Natchez Trace leads the reader through embedded clues, false leads, and plenty of action to a surprising, yet definitely satisfying, conclusion. Susan Warner’s energy and strength, both cerebral and physical, make her a heroine I hope to see more of in future adventures.

    7. I like everything about this book. The feisty and fit older heroine, the exotic setting on the. Natchez Trace, the mysterious characters and the vivid imagery. Those interested in cycling, the South, or just a good mystery, should find it a very nice read.

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