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Edge of Midnight (Susan Wren #7)

3.25 of 5 stars 3.25  ·  rating details  ·  40 ratings  ·  4 reviews
A heat wave has struck Hampstead, Kansas, and Susan Wren, police chief of the sweltering town, has a vile flu. She struggles tokeep upwith work piling on her desk, while also dealing with atroubled teenage girl, a delusional World War II veteran, and a rookie cop who needs to be fired before her enthusiasm and inexperience get someone killed. If this weren't enough to cont ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published March 6th 2007 by Minotaur Books
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EDGE OF MIDNIGHT (Police Procedural-Kansas-Cont) – Okay
Weir, Charlene – 7th in series
Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Minotaur, 2007- US Hardcover- ISBN: 0312347979
*** Police chief Susan Wren is very busy in the small town of Hempstead, Kansas. She has a rookie cop who has nearly killed two of her partners by not following their instructions. The teenaged girl Susan has befriended is clearly upset but won’t talk to Susan. A World War II veteran suffering of Alzheimer get a hold of a gun. Into thi
I've been enjoying this series all along but this book is outstanding. It hits on so many issues and handles all of them masterfully!

Susan Wren, Chief of Police is not feeling well, she has an ear infection, cold and is generally miserable. Contrast that with the problem of Cary Black, she is hiding from her abusive husband who also happens to be a cop, and Cary is going blind. Contrast that with Jen, Susan's teenage friend who is being bullied at school. Contrast that with Iva, a new cop on Sus
Josianne Fitzgerald
Dark. No spunky female sleuths here.

I haven't read the rest of the series. This book felt like an in-betweener. I'm going to be looking for the other books to see.
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Charlene Weir was born in Nortonville, Kansas. She grew up in Hutchinson, Kansas. After graduating from nurses' training she attended the University of Oklahoma and worked as a public health nurse. She is the creator of "Susan Wren", police chief in Hampstead, Kansas.
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