Publishers Weekly calls Murder in the Air a “winning” 17th entry in Bill Crider’s popular Dan Rhodes mysteries. Sheriff Rhodes has his hands full over complaints about Lester Hamilton’s foul-smelling chicken farm. So when Hamilton is found dead, Rhodes’ suspect list includes nearly the entire county.
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“Few will be able to resist Crider’s brand of broad humor, eccentric characters, and murder.” (Publishers Weekly)
In this 17th book of the series, Crider once again portrays Sheriff Dan Rhodes as the practical, no-nonsense central Texas lawman who gets to the bottom of horrific crimes, lolling criminals into a false sense of security in the process. His characters are simultaneously sophisticated, down home, and always believably real.
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