Going Local by Jamie Harrison

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Small-town high jinks lead to deadly consequences and amorous affairs when the rodeo--and murder--comes to Sheriff Jules Clement's Montana town over the Fourth of July, in a sequel to The Edge of the Crazies. Tour.

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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 July 18, 1996 by Hyperion. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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It's his first day back on the job after getting shot at the climax of The Edge of the Crazies (1995), and already Absaroka County Sheriff Jules Clement has to tangle with two more homicides: environmental lawyer Otto Scobey and his girlfriend, Blue Deer bookkeeper Bonnie Siskowitz, the two of th...

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