Hanahatchee by Trisha O'Keefe

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***Updated*** Corrections made in the body of the story.
“Lord help me, I done found another body in the creek. Same place as I found poor Mr. Freddie Boyer. Done in the same way, too. Can you come on down home, Mr. Jordan? I’m so scared, I don’t know what to do.”
Fifteen years ago, Charlie Russell found a body floating in the Hanahatchee River. Shortly after, Jordan Tanner found the rest of the man’s family dead. Now, Jordan must face his memories to uncover the real murderer and save the man accused of the crime before the past has a chance to repeat itself. Will he be able to find the real killer in time to stay the execution of an innocent man, or will the real killer catch up with him first?
Set in the 1930s, this is a fictional account of an actual crime committed and the attempt to seek justice for an innocent man convicted on circumstantial evidence and the color of his skin.

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Published September 10, 2012 by Deer Hawk Publications. 347 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Jeanie Loiacono 24 Apr 2013

This reminds me of The Green Mile so much, but this is based on a true story. O'Keefe does a remarkable job in telling the truth of a crime unheard of in a Southwest Georgia town known more for gr...

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Jeanie Loiacono 27 Oct 2013

Trisha O'Keefe is one hell-of-a writer. I could see this book being played out in black n white, like a combo of The Maltese Falcon/The Green Mile. My hat is off to your ability to bring a true sto...

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