An Unfortunate Prairie Occurrence by Jamie Harrison

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The eagerly awaited third volume in Harrison's wildly acclaimed mystery series, set in the off-the-wall town of Blue Deer, Montana. Just as Sheriff Jules Clement comes up for reelection, a skeleton is found on a river island owned by Jules' uncle--a convicted murderer--and an elderly rancher burns to death in his car, an apparent suicide.

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Jamie Harrison has worked as a gardener, a caterer, at various magazines, and as a script reader. She was most recently editor at Clark City Press in Livingston, Montana, where she lives with her husband and son.
Published January 1, 1998 by HYPERION. NY 1998. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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So Jules is not in the mood for the discovery of a human foot (followed by even more dire bones) on an island owned by his uncle, Joseph Ganter, or by the Viking death of old Nestor Amundsen, shot and set ablaze along with his dog in the front seat of his Suburban.

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