Private investigator Lena Jones and Oscar-winning director Warren Quinn are off scouting locations for a new film
documentary on the historic Apache Wars that took place in Arizona. However, during their search for the perfect
locations, they discover the gruesome body of a brutally murdered young girl. Is she one of Geronimoís descendants
who went to Los Perdidos to have their own spot? Why did two more girls disappear? Can Lena Jones get past the
conflicting locals to figure out what is going on in this small town before it is too late?
Ms. Webb continues to develop Lena Jonesís character with every book that comes out. Lena is a strong woman who
is willing to go up against anyone in order to get to the truth. The setting of the mysterious town of Los
Perdidos adds to the suspense of the murder and the hint of history that only an area such as Los Perdidos can have.
Desert Cut makes readers face the reality of slavery, which
still occurs in this day and age. It also shows what can happen
when Hollywood mixes with history in not always the best ways.
reviews in this series
Noir, No 1
Wives, No 2
Shadows, No 3
Desert Run, No 4
Desert Cut, No 5
Lost, No 6
Wind, No 7