Death and the Easter Bunny (Trudy Roundtree Mystery, #1)
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Death and the Easter Bunny (Trudy Roundtree Mystery #1)

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Trudy Roundtree, the newest--and only--female police officer for the Ogeechee, Georgia, police department is embroiled in a murder-by-arson mystery in a town where most everyone knows everybody else's secrets. But she soon learns that some can keep secrets very well.
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published June 1st 1998 by Write Way Publishing
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Trudy Roundtree has come home from Atlanta to her small hometown of Ogeechee. She is the only woman in the Ogeechee Police Department, headed by her folksy cousin Hen. He spends a lot of time, giving her jobs suitable for a woman and a relative.

The son-in-law of the richest man in town dies in a fire and it turns out to be murder. Members of the police force are out due to getting caught in a stake-out in bushes filled with poisonous-itchy somethin' or other. Trudy begins asking questions....

Widowed at a young age, Trudy Roundtree returns to her hometown, where her cousin, the local police chief, reluctantly hires her as his first female officer. When a local man is found dead, Trudy--and the newspaper editor, who Trudy disliked when they were in high school together--discover that the man was murdered.
Lynn Demsky
I read this book (2nd time by mistake) and found I didn't care for it very much --- too hillbilly type for me! Although I did enjoy some of the characters!
Candace Davidson
I had to skip through a lot if the book, it was too boring to keep my attention.
Good start to a series. The twist and turns in the plot were good.
Solid comfort read with a mystery that wasn't immediately obvious.
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Linda Berry's Trudy Roundtree novels are set in rural south Georgia, but Linda lives in Colorado, where she's a community arts activist and an insatiable theatregoer. Other published credits include poetry, plays, preschool currriculum, and a newspaper entertainment column.

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