Sedona Slaughter 

Tucson's Matthew Marine debuts with a fine murder-mystery—but New Age-y elements may turn off some

Arizona has its share of good places to set murder mysteries—and its share of murder-mystery writers. Tucson magazine writer Matthew Marine (a veteran of Arizona Highways) has just joined the fraternity with his Sedona-set Devil's Moon. The book opens with pretty, young,…

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