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Hunting Season by Nevada Barr
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Dec 23, 2010

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bookshelves: mystery, south
Read from December 21 to 22, 2010 , read count: 2

I picked this up the other day and couldn't remember if I had read it or not.

I had.

But, even so, I enjoyed listening to it on a car trip.

I'd forgotten all about this book. What was about, who the killer was, etc. So it was almost like a new book.

But the one think you couldn't forget was the beginning.

Anna Pigeon is back in the Natchez Trace again (another one there was "Deep South" (I couldn't get the link to work)). Point Lomax is one of the few remaining buildings or "stands". The park service interpreter shows up one morning and discovers the remains of grossly overweight man in his underwear on an antique quilt in "Aunt Polly's" room. Anna gets called away from a wedding, which she had even bought a dress for. So on one front she will be working to resolve the case with the local county sheriff, who is up for re-election, and on another she is in the process of falling in love with a local minister/sheriff (of another county).

So Anna has her hands full in this one.
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