The Growing Season by David Hallman

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A young lady's disappearance reveals a decade-old ploy that threatens to shake the very foundations of a small Southern town. Hank Monroe, is an ex-Army Ranger, fresh out of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's New Agents Class, and his education is just beginning. An outsider to the inner workings and traditions of the deep South, Hank gets more than he bargained for in his first season on the job. Aided by a mysterious, angelic caller, Hank is inspired to delve into the underbelly of deceit and corruption that swirls ominously below the surface of a close-knit community. He seeks the truth that lies hidden behind the façade and pretense of the town's elite, the truth some will do anything to hide. Hank Monroe will soon learn, in his first growing season as an agent, that all is not what it seems to be-in crime and in love-and that when it comes to murder, there are no winners.

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Published January 12, 2011 by Five Points Press. 316 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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