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Real estate developers—Fiction. 4. Murder—Investigation—Fiction. 5. Dogs—Fiction. 6. Nevada—Fiction. I. Title. 1 Dedicated with Bombastic Affection to Mrs. Gayle Horn, MFH, and Miss Lynn Lloyd, MFH, each of whom showed me why they cherish the ways of Old Nevada Contents Cover Other Books by this Author Title Page Copyright Dedication Cast of Characters Chapter One Chapter Two Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine Chapter Ten Chapter Eleven Chapter Twelve Chapter Thirteen Chapter Fourteen Chapter Fifteen Chapter Sixteen Chapter Seventeen Chapter Eighteen Chapter Nineteen Chapter Twenty Chapter Twenty-One Chapter Twenty-Two Chapter Twenty-Three Chapter Twenty-Four Chapter Twenty-Five Chapter Twenty-Six Chapter Twenty-Seven Chapter Twenty-Eight Chapter Twenty-Nine Chapter Thirty Chapter Thirty-One Chapter Thirty-Two Chapter Thirty-Three Chapter Thirty-Four Chapter Thirty-Five Chapter Thirty-Six Chapter Thirty-Seven Chapter Thirty-Eight Chapter Thirty-Nine Chapter Forty Chapter Forty-One Chapter Forty-Two Chapter Forty-Three Afterword Acknowledgments About the Author CAST OF CHARACTERS Magdalene Reed, “Jeep”—Born in 1924 to a poor, hardworking couple in Reno, Nevada, Jeep was bright but could not afford higher education.
He’s transfixed by the opposite sex. Jake Tanner—Usually disheveled, Jeep’s neighbor, who lives a few miles north of her ranch, has a small business using his heavy equipment to help ranchers. The word nosy was coined for Jake, and one is never quite sure what will fall out of his ever-running mouth. Twinkie Bosun—In his mid-forties, he works for Silver State Resource Management (SSRM) repairing equipment. There’s nothing the man can’t fix. Good-natured and responsible, he’s one of those wonderful men who just knuckles down and gets the job done.
He showed natural ability for police work, but was still naïve about how the world really works. Pete walked another ten paces and saw a red bit of cloth against the snow. He picked it up from the frozen ground. Just a red piece of cloth, ripstop. “Hey, let’s go back,” Pete called out. The two met back at the pump. Pete motioned toward the car. They gratefully crawled in, unzipped their heavy coats, and pulled off their gloves. Pete laid his two tiny finds on the center console. Lonnie added a piece of paper he’d found.