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Through a Yellow Wood (Catskill Mountains Mysteries Book 2) by Carolyn J. Rose

Reviewed by Teri Davis

Through a Yellow Wood‘She was a reminder that there are a hundred little forks in our roads every day and each choice can affect the next one. If we don’t think before we step, we might end up a long way from where we intended to be – from where we wanted to be.’

Sometimes you are just in the wrong place at the wrong time. Imagine a small New England town where it seems as if everyone is related to each other.

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Dan Stone is asked to check-in on Clarence Wolven, his mother’s second cousin. Since Clarence always came into town in the first, he is now two days overdue, and that was odd for him. Also, his phone line is dead.

Dan finds Clarence dead on his front steps. Also dead are the dogs Clarence was training, except for one small pup who is hiding in the back of his kennel.
Dan arranges the funeral since Clarence had no close relatives and took the dog to the vet, who amputates a leg. Read the rest of this entry »