Nine Feet Under

  • Title: Nine Feet Under
  • Author: Morgan C. Talbot
  • ISBN: 9781940215167
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nine Feet Under Margarita and Bindi have big plans for the Fourth of July involving borrowed bicycles a geocaching power trail live podcasts and plenty of fun But their day quickly goes awry when they stumble upo
    Margarita and Bindi have big plans for the Fourth of July, involving borrowed bicycles, a geocaching power trail, live podcasts, and plenty of fun But their day quickly goes awry when they stumble upon what looks like a murder in progress.Strange rivalries and secret alliances test Margarita s puzzle solving skills, and Bindi suffers a rather painful setback when she comeMargarita and Bindi have big plans for the Fourth of July, involving borrowed bicycles, a geocaching power trail, live podcasts, and plenty of fun But their day quickly goes awry when they stumble upon what looks like a murder in progress.Strange rivalries and secret alliances test Margarita s puzzle solving skills, and Bindi suffers a rather painful setback when she comes face to face with someone she never thought she d see again.The overly stoic sheriff can t be in two places at once, so the girls need to figure out whodunit and rescue the next potential victim before the explosive finale.

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    About Morgan C. Talbot


    1. USA Today Bestselling Author Morgan C Talbot is an outdoorsy girl with a deep and abiding love for the natural sciences Her degrees involve English and jujitsu She enjoys hiking, camping, and wandering in the woods looking for the trail to the car, but there isn t enough chocolate on the planet to bribe her into rock climbing.When she s not writing, she can be found making puzzles, getting lost on the way to geocaches, reading stories to her children, or taking far too many pictures of the same tree or rock Morgan is a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America and served as a panelist at Left Coast Crime 2015 Crimelandia She lives in Eastern Washington with her family.


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    1. Original review here: offbeatvagabond/2013/10/triple-caching-tour-review-30-amazon-gcmlNine Feet Under is the third book in Talbot's Caching Out series and boy what a sequel it was. This time around we follow our favorite duo when they go on a trail through the forest for the Fourth of July. Things are going fine until they stumble on tragedy after tragedy. Margarita and Bindi must do what they do best and figure out who is behind a strange incident that makes no sense. Not only must they deal w [...]

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    2. This is the third book of Talbot’s Caching Out series and my favorite thus far. Trying to understand why it was my favorite I had an epiphany. Although varied in the specifics, they all have many of the same things. Margarita and her roommate, Bindi, who is a native of Australia, are the main characters. Their hobby of geocaching is part of the story in some way, although how much of the story and mystery involves this pastime is inconsistent. They always stumble onto an apparent murder victim [...]

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    3. *Book source ~ Many thanks to Red Adept for providing a review copy in exchange for an honest review.It’s the Fourth of July and hotter than Hades in Silver Creek, Oregon. Drew is busy working for his ‘new’ company, so Margarita and Bindi take off to do a geocaching power trail at Camp Rushing. Unfortunately, they stumble across a guy who appears to have died from anaphylactic shock. It’s only after Bindi takes a tumble off her bike and breaks her arm necessitating a trip to the informat [...]

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    4. 5 starsHuge thanks to Morgan C. Talbot, Red Adept Publishing and NetGalley for this copy in exchange for an honest review.This is my favourite of the series so far! Learning more about Bindi and her past, giving her a chance to be the lead character and showing her stuff.I enjoyed the mystery and very much look forward to the next book in the series.

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    5. Title: Nine Feet Under - Caching Out 3 Author: Morgan C. Talbot Published: 7-31-15 Publisher: Red Adept Publishing LLC Pages: 200 Genre: Mystery, Thrillers and Suspense Sub Genre: Amateur Sleuths; Crafts and Hobbies; General Fiction ISBN: 9781940215167 ASIN: B00E9x15OY Reviewer: DelAnne Reviewed For: NetGalley My Rating: 5 Stars . . Geocaching: an outdoor recreational activity in which participants use GPS receivers and other navigational devices to seek caches hidden all [...]

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    6. Well, you hooked me. After reading the second book in the series, I was interested enough to shell out the cash for the third one. This was the best of the three.Margarita and Bindi are at it again. This story I thought was more easily followed. I believe there were fewer characters to keep track of. It was fairly easy to follow who was who. FWIW, I had things figured out pretty closely.This reader could have lived without the introduction of Garrick and Shannon. A little too unbelievable for me [...]

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    7. I would like to thank NetGalley and Red Adept Publishing for giving me the opportunity to read this in exchange for an honest and open review.Although this is the first book I've read by Ms Talbot, I had read another book about Geo-caching so knew what it was.I really enjoyed this book. There was just enough romance mixed in with plenty of mystery.Margarita and Bindi are two very likeable characters, Bindi is so unpredictable while Margarits just wants to help everyone.If you like reading myster [...]

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    8. I have really enjoyed these 3 books, and particularly, this one. It has much more character development than the first 2. Very good blend of mystery, geocaching and a little romance! Lots of surprise twists and turns to the plot. Definitely looking forward to the further adventures of Margarita, Bindi and Drew in some future books. (and finding some Bushell's tea to try!)

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    9. Much better than the first 2. I had to fight through them, but this one just rolled along.

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    10. Easier than the first two books, far less characters to keep track of!

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    11. I thought this book was better written than First to Find; there were fewer characters to keep track of and most of them served a purpose to keep the story moving along.

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