Blood Orange by Susan Wittig Albert
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
China is drawn into a missing person investigation when her bed and breakfast tenant disappears, turns up several days later, and then is involved in a horrific traffic accident. Meanwhile Ruby's sister Ramona has fallen in love with the missing person's husband, Ruby has visions of a mysterious door that China needs to avoid, and McQuaid is off on a mysterious job that had China thinking he may be having an affair.
I enjoyed this installment more than the last couple of books in the series. I think it's because for a change, China was on her home turf, and there was more involvement of all the characters.
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