New River Blues by Elizabeth Gunn
(Sarah Burke Mysteries)

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A Sarah Burke Mystery - Tucson Police detective Sarah Burke is called in to investigate a horrific double murder in a high-dollar neighbourhood, and the tragic destiny of a rich and troubled family unfolds . . . Meanwhile, Sarahs household bulges at the seams, as her niece, her mother and her boyfriend all search for accommodation in her small spaces and crowded schedule, and her sister, as usual, does nothing to make things easier . . .

About Elizabeth Gunn

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A one-time innkeeper with a taste for adventure, Elizabeth Gunn has been a private pilot, a sky diver, a SCUBA diver, and a liveabord sailor. Extensive travel in the US, Canada, Mexico, and Europe led to a second career as a freelance travel writer, during which she also began writing a series of police procedural mysteries set in southeast Minnesota, where she grew up. Her books contrast the sometimes gritty routine of police work with the idyllic rural scenes around a mid-sized city in the midwest.
Published April 1, 2011 by Severn House Digital. 214 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Sarah’s home life is as chaotic as the crime scene between her mom having heart problems, her druggie sister Janine popping up again, her niece Denny moody and suspicious and her new boyfriend Dietz, also a cop, still recuperating from on-the-job wounds.

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Sarah Burke gets a lesson about Arizona’s struggling construction industry and family greed in Gunn’s taut second police procedural to feature the Tucson cop (after 2008’s Cool in Tucson ).

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