But something isn’t right. Ted’s relatives, not scheduled to leave until he arrived, are gone. They left no note, no key, they don’t answer their phones. And no one in this small town seems to know where they are.
As Ted works with the local police to unravel the puzzling mystery, an unknown enemy sabotages his every move. Someone wants Ted to leave town. But why?
"The mystery is believable and the characters and their surroundings even more so. Ray Spitzer has our hometown down pat. He stirs humor into the story, adds the seasoning of a little natural history, and pulls off a very readable first novel. I hope the next in the series is out soon so I can find out what happens next to my fictional neighbors." ~Gabrielle David, Ajo Copper News
"Spitzer delightfully depicts the wonderful friendships and occasional dangers of small town life along the border between the United States and Mexico. Spitzer's novel earns a well deserved place alongside other classics of the genre such as Robert Parker's Jesse Stone series." ~Rich Radford, Torrance Daily Breeze