Red, White, and Blue Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #12)
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Red, White, and Blue Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #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 i...more
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Published October 24th 2003 by Minotaur Books
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Ed
#12 in the Sheriff Dan Rhodes series. It's amazing that laid-back Sheriff Rhodes has lasted this long with his penchant for getting beat-up and knocked-out. This entry which turns on a young reporter's attempt to come up with a big story of corruption by county officials is a quick moving, enjoyable read and an above average series entry.

Dan Rhodes faces accusations of corruption from reporter Jennifer Loam. Loam's source also fingers some of Blacklin County's commissioners. Rhodes clears himsel...more
Terry
Sheriff Rhodes' ineptitude is annoying and his ability to endure physical torment (knocked unconscious twice)beggars the imagination. There is little character development besides the 2 irritating oldsters and the rarely mentioned actual deputies are too one dimensional.
Andy Plonka
This one is just short of a cozy which tend to annoy me in my old age, but the ending made m glad I finished it.
Lake Oz Fic Chick
Things aren't looking good for a happy July Fourth for Sheriff Dan Rhodes of Blacklin County, Texas. A newspaper reporter has accused him of corruption, the town fireworks display has been cancelled, and the jail's air conditioning is out of order. What more could go wrong? Well, arson for one ... and murder. Throw in extramarital affairs galore and county officials on the take, and things are getting hot. Can Sheriff Rhodes keep his cool? This is the 12th mystery featuring the unflappable Rhode...more
Jay Hatcher
Good mystery set in Texas. The main character, Sheriff Dan Rhodes, is a no nonsense crime solver who uses his instincts rather than crime labs to solve murders. The series has a great cast of characters that assist or detract him in his efforts to solve crimes.
Sue
An interesting main character with a self depracating humor that he uses on himself. Likable, interesting twists, set in small town Texas.
JoDee
Cute, lightweight story that took you into the heart of summer's heat with humor and little tension.
Erin
Fun and entertaining a great series
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