A Black Place and a White Place (Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries Book 7)

When a Texan tourist turns up dead in a lonely arroyo at Ghost Ranch, questions arise that reach back to the Wild West. Murdered by outlaws, or by a lynch mob? Killed for money or for hate?

Finally done with the hectic holidays, Ellen Rosings gets a chance to relax. After catching up on researching the Wisteria Tearoom 's resident ghost, Captain Dusenberry, she and sweetheart Tony Aragón plan a long weekend at Ghost Ranch, where artist Georgia O'Keeffe lived and painted the colorful northern New Mexico landscapes.

Hiking, horseback riding, and a tour of O'Keeffe 's studio are on the agenda, but finding a body is not. Alas, even the most careful plans are subject to change. When a ranch guest from Texas dies, Ellen and Tony must collaborate to identify the killer—but he suspects Ellen 's new friends. Are they headed for a clash?

This cozy mystery is the third in the Wisteria Tearoom Mysteries series.
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Published December 26th 2019 by Evennight Books/Book View Café
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The social-consciosness agenda is an ongoing element in the series, but here it felt forced and preaching, pulling in characters who will never reappear, specifically for the purpose.

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