GRAVESTONE by P. M. Carlson

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Assigned to find out who is trying to kill Judge Denton, Lawrence County police officer Marty Hopkins is almost certain that his case has connections to the Goldberger case, which could involve the Klan.

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Published June 1, 1993 by Atria. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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From old-hand Carlson (Bad Blood, 1991, etc.), a new heroine to root for, Martine ``Marty'' Hopkins--a 29-year-old southern Indiana deputy sheriff who's not at all happy to be shunted off two Klan killings (a black school custodian, and a white Jewish musician married to a black woman) to deal wi...

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Murder in a quiet corner of southern Indiana serves to introduce Carlson's ( Bad Blood ) new sleuth, deputy sheriff Martine ``Marty'' Hopkins.

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