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Consider the Crows (Susan Wren #2)

3.44  ·  Rating details ·  62 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
During a murder investigation, a prominent citizen disappears, locals buy guns to protect themselves, and a killer strikes again. Investigations are hampered by bad weather, tangled lies, and small-town secrets, but eventually truth will out.
Mass Market Paperback, 251 pages
Published June 1st 1995 by Worldwide Library (first published July 15th 1993)
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Gloria Mccracken
Aug 12, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Second or third in a mystery series featuring Susan Wren, a small town police chief who succeeded to her position when the previous chief, her husband, was killed. Nice batch of plot twists and turns, and things move along nicely. A few enigmatic hints, not resolved in this installment, of personal issues affecting her previously not always supportive detective collegue. Anyone with experience reading series featuring widowed female law enforcement officers in a position of authority (e.g., J.A. ...more
LJ
CONSIDER THE CROWS - Good
Weir, Charlene - 2nd in Susan Wren Series

The life of d small-town police chief is a far cry from that of a street-smart San Francisco cop. But as Susan Wren knows only too well, murder happens everywhere.

The first victim is Lynnelle Flames, a young woman found dead outside her newly rented house. Lynnelle had a secret—it was the reason she had come to Hampstead. Was it the reason she had died?

When the body of a prominent citizen is found tossed in a well, Susan struggles
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Patty
May 21, 2009 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
2nd in the series, this is a fun series, big town cop marries small town cop and moves to Kansas. After losing her husband she takes his job, solves his murder and instead of heading back to San Francisco she stays and continues to do his former job. This book involves the murder of a young girl who seems to have a lot of secrets. When a local educator at the college also goes missing things get complicated. This is a complicated mystery with a cast of characters but all are well drawn and the s ...more
Emily Crow
This one was readable, but not that good. The writing was kind choppy, the characters felt like stereotypes. It wasn't really awful though (except for a couple of scenes, like the unbelievable diary). If you're looking for a mystery, you could do worse.
Dale
Sep 08, 2009 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
ill bk strong story with good plot a young woman comes to Hampstead KS to look for her birth mother and is foudn dead then the asst chancellor of local private college is missing
Ellen
Cheif Susan Wren #2
Kim
Oct 25, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mystery
did not care for it as much as the first one which was novel for a murder mystery. Too many murders in this one
Julie
Dec 15, 2012 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I didn't read the first of the series because my library didn't own it. But I don't think it is necessary to read these in order. A very interesting mystery. Will read more in the series.
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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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