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Murder in Four Parts by Bill Crider
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Jul 11, 10

bookshelves: mystery-texas
Read in May, 2009

Sheriff Dan Rhodes is surprised when he's invited to join the local chorus, since he can't sing at all. When the chorus director, a local florist, is found murdered, Rhodes reconsiders the invitation. Maybe he was supposed to break up the feuds that small-town life can engender. Meanwhile, his deputies are surprised to find a large alligator in a ditch, and a nearly-nude man picketing the local lawyer. Another gently-humorous look at Texas life.
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