Red, White, and Blue Murder by Bill Crider
(Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries, No. 12)

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The 12th mystery featuring Sheriff Dan Rhodes. WIth the author's quietly hilarious humor and fine characterization of Rhodes and the other residents of Blacklin County, TX, Crider once more shows the human side of small town law enforcement. A man dies in a fire; fireworks are involved in further threats and someone is spreading lies about the leading local figures, even including Rhodes himself. But the unflappable, commonsense lawman does his best--and a very good best it is.
 

About Bill Crider

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Bill Crider lives in Alvin, Texas, where he serves as chair of the Division of English and Fine Arts at Alvin Community College.
 
Published October 24, 2003 by Minotaur Books. 192 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Fans of Sheriff Dan Rhodes or of just plain good storytelling will cheer Crider's 12th entry (after 2001's A Romantic Way to Die) in this dryly humorous s

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Rhodes easily clears himself, but takes a harder look at Loam's other allegations when her source, commissioner Grat Bilson, turns up murdered in the ashes of a burned-down house.

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She accuses him, and several of the commissioners who run the county, of misusing county funds.

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