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Price
$29.99  $27.89
Publisher
Severn House
Publish Date
Pages
256
Dimensions
5.6 X 8.6 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781448310807

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About the Author
Formerly a crime reporter for daily newspapers throughout the United States, Claire Booth has used this experience to write five previous Sheriff Hank Worth mystery novels based on small-town American life. She is also the author of one non-fiction book, The False Prophet: Conspiracy, Extortion, and Murder in the Name of God. She lives in California.
Reviews
Balances well-developed characters and dry humor with a solid police procedural-- "Library Journal Starred Review of Dangerous Consequences"
Another fine entry in a series that deserves a much wider fan base-- "Booklist on Dangerous Consequences"
Many moving parts ultimately reward the reader's attention-- "Kirkus Reviews on Dangerous Consequences"
Fascinating . . . Readers of Steven F. Havill's 'Posadas County' mysteries may want to try this series. A skillful, character-driven story-- "Library Journal Starred Review of Fatal Divisions"
Booth skillfully combines police procedural elements with a sharp focus on the families and professional lives of her protagonists. This superior regional series reliably entertains-- "Publishers Weekly on Fatal Divisions"
Compelling . . . it really feels like [Booth] is writing about real people and events-- "Booklist on Fatal Divisions"
A pleasing procedural with thoughtful characters and enough plot twists to keep you guessing-- "Kirkus Reviews on Fatal Divisions"
Strong . . . a fascinating and complex plot. Readers will hope Hank has a long career ahead of him-- "Publishers Weekly on A Deadly Turn"
A fine novel-- "Booklist"
An excellent procedural -- "Kirkus Reviews"
An outstanding police procedural that plunges readers into a community's nightmare. Readers of Steven F. Havill and Bill Crider will appreciate the novel's focus on small-town life and a local police force-- "Library Journal Starred Review"