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  • Audio CD
  • Publisher: Books on Tape (November 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0736680500
  • ISBN-13: 978-0736680509
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)


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Tufa Lake lies in the high desert of northeastern California, only miles from the Nevada border. Read the first page
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Private Investigator Sharon McCone joins her friend Anne-Marie from the All Souls' Legal Cooperative to find out what is going on at Tufa Lake, California. There is a tug of war between a company that wishes to resume mining operations at the lake, and the local environmentalists. It is thought by the latter group that commercial mining would destroy the ecology of the area. As a result of the disagreemnt, there are break-ins, and eventually a murder. McCone investigates the people connected with both sides, and has a hard time differentiating the good guys from the bad guys. This book rambles a bit and is not as tightly written as most of Muller's books. Still, the descriptions are wonderful and Sharon's lovelife evolves as a result of her acquaintance with a new man she meets during her investigation.
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By AntiochAndy on Aug. 13 2000
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is not one of Ms. Mullers' best stories. I've actually been through the Mono Lake area and Bridgeport. I even visited Bodie once. Muller has a good feel for the locale. On the other hand, the plot here is a bit straightforward, and the evil Transpacific Corp. is trite. I found the "explosive" ending rather unsatisfying, as well. Again, this isn't a bad book. I have enjoyed all of the Sharon McCone mysteries that I've read so far. But this one is not quite as good as some of the others. My average rating for these stories is 4 stars. Within that context I put this one at 4-. A bit below average but still worth the time. Fans will appreciate the update on the lives of several familiar characters.
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It was interesting to see where Hy Ripinski came in. The descriptions of the area are fantastic. It's also nice to see all her side characters remain. The ending is explosive. You find yourself wanting to meet the characters. The references to the past couple of books make you want to go backwards and read them all. One of her best.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Silence of Echoes Feb. 20 2010
By Nash Black - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Marcia Muller's WHERE ECHOES LIVE is a transition novel as Sharon McCone edges her way into a new romance and life while the shades of the past still haunt her. It is not the best of Muller's work, but it sets up the series to be one of the strongest in female crime fiction.
An abandon gold mine, a deranged owner, desert rats who eke a living from the over worked streams of California are pitted against the dregs of a dying ecosystem with Sharon poised to wield the sword of justice.
A good read on a cold day, when nothing much else is happening.
Nash Black, author of SINS OF THE FATHERS.
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Not the best in the series Aug. 12 2002
By Karen Potts - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Private Investigator Sharon McCone joins her friend Anne-Marie from the All Souls' Legal Cooperative to find out what is going on at Tufa Lake, California. There is a tug of war between a company that wishes to resume mining operations at the lake, and the local environmentalists. It is thought by the latter group that commercial mining would destroy the ecology of the area. As a result of the disagreemnt, there are break-ins, and eventually a murder. McCone investigates the people connected with both sides, and has a hard time differentiating the good guys from the bad guys. This book rambles a bit and is not as tightly written as most of Muller's books. Still, the descriptions are wonderful and Sharon's lovelife evolves as a result of her acquaintance with a new man she meets during her investigation.
Great read June 27 2014
By Christine Rose - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
An interesting story that moved along well. I especially like that Muller's character grows and her situation as a person changes. Her age, somewhere in the vague 30s does not but I don't mind so much because the character herself moves forward in life.
Excellent thrillers April 9 2014
By Valerie Galindo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I recently discover the Sharon McCone series, and love them. Each one is exciting and well written, I like the way the characters progress and change throughout the series.
Where Echoes Live Jan. 3 2013
By Beverly Fuller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I've been reading Marcia Muller's books for a long time and they continue to be complex, interesting and entertaining. The characters are like old friends and the story lines are always fully developed.

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