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Last Seen - A Dr Pepper Hunt Mystery - cover

Last Seen - A Dr Pepper Hunt Mystery

J.L. Doucette

Publisher: She Writes Press

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2017 Beverly Hills Book Award Winner in Mystery
2018 National Indie Excellence Awards Finalist in Mystery

"Readers will grow enamored with these characters and the dark twisty plot." 
—Redbook

Psychologist and police consultant Dr. Pepper Hunt, struggling to deal with the murder of her husband, leaves the private practice they shared and relocates to Wyoming. There, in the stark landscape of the high desert, there is nothing to remind her of everything she lost and left behind. Then her new patient, Kimi Benally, goes missing in a Wyoming blizzard after her last therapy session—making Pepper the last person to see her. She knows the secrets Kimi shared in therapy hold clues to her mysterious disappearance, and she joins forces with Detective Beau Antelope to try to discover what’s happened to her. But as she follows the trail of Kimi’s obsession with the past, Pepper begins to fear the worst for her missing patient—and her own haunted memories surface.

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