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Chain of Fools (Harry James Denton #4)

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FOOLS RUSH IN. . .
I'd done some crazy stuff off-and-on the last couple of years. My life had gone off in some weird directions. But nothing could match yanking a stoned, naked, sick seventeen-year-old girl out of a murder scene and sneaking her off under the nose of the police.
Harry James Denton is no fool. But his search for a rich runaway teen, Stacey Jameson, takes him
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ebook, 320 pages
Published December 29th 2010 by Ballantine Books (first published 1995)
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Christine
Jun 03, 2012 Christine rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
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Steven Womack is a local who sets his mysteries in Nashville. Since these books were written in the NIneties, his Nashville is one I recognize from my high school days. The writing is pretty forumlaic, but I'm a sucker for a boiler-plate mystery, and reading about places I know is neat. Plus, I'm writing a short story that's set in Nashville and using some of the hallmarks of the detective genre in the story, so I'm counting it as thesis research. Fun!

Well, sorta fun. This book basically sucked.
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Martha
Apr 05, 2013 Martha rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Well!!! This story really drug along and took me forever to read. I can't remember what the story was about. The only character I can recall is Denton because I was in Denton when I was reading this book.
Melodie
Jun 14, 2009 Melodie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Excellent book, dealing with a very dark subject. Has been years since I read this, but certain scenes are still vivid memories.
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Steven Womack began his first novel when he was eighteen-years-old. A short eighteen years later, he finally sold one. His first published novel, MURPHY'S FAULT, was the only debut mystery on the 1990 New York Times Notable Book List. Since then, he has published ten more novels, winning an Edgar Award for DEAD FOLKS' BLUES and a Shamus Award for MURDER MANUAL. His latest novel, written in collabo ...more
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