The Crystal Cavern: A Place of Refuge...or a Deadly Trap?

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Barbour Pub., 2003 - Fiction - 364 pages
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When an ice storm strands Dr. Sable Chamberlin and paramedic Paul Murphy in the southern Missouri hills, they assume they're safe from the mysterious killer responsible for murdering Sable's grandfather and Paul's uncle. But while searching Sable's childhood home and connecting caves for clues, it becomes clear that real danger has followed them. Soon, Sable and Murph, fighting for their lives, discover secrets worth killing for. . .and unexpected treasure more costly than gold. Combining the rich setting of the Ozark hills with compelling and diverse characters, Hannah Alexander has crafted a fast-moving novel sure to keep readers asking the question--"whodunit?"

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Review: The Crystal Cavern: A Place For Refuge or A Deadly Trap? [Hidden Motive]

User Review  - Inrisrini - Goodreads

Not that much thrilled, stoy lies and revolves on the same of people, who is hurting whom, in between reading the same letter from grandpa, praying god, so on and so the end, the expected two comes out give back bone, the cave house, attic, old things ! Read full review

Review: The Crystal Cavern: A Place For Refuge or A Deadly Trap? [Hidden Motive]

User Review  - Bonnie - Goodreads

Someone killed Sable Chamberlain's grandfather, Josiah, and she was determined not only to clear his name of fraud but to find his killer unless he killed her first. Sable and her trusted friend Paul ... Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Hannah Alexander is the pen name of Cheryl and Mel Hodde. Together, this husband and wife team has published nine novels and live in the MIssouri Ozarks.

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