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"A rousing combination of natural disaster and narrative creativity." (Library Journal)
I am an avid eclectic reader.
A hurricane is gearing up to strike Colleton County, North Carolina in book seven of the series. Lynn Bullock is found murdered in a local motel. Judge Knott’s cousin Reid is the number one suspect. It seems to me that each book in the series has one of the Knott family accused of something. Good thing it is a large family, Deborah is the youngest of twelve children.
The book is well written. The murder plot unravels with few surprises, but the focus of the story is on the subplots, detailing interpersonal travails among the Knott family and friends. Maron’s books are about the rural Southern community, its abiding pleasures and inevitable complexities. I would like to have more courtroom drama in at least one of the books.
C. J. Critt does an excellent job narrating this series.
Love books, reading or listening, wine and quiet evenings by the fire. Mystery's, paranormal, history and biographies.
Deborah Knott is back with a hurricane in North Carolina and the murder of a prominent citizen. Deborah wages into the fray and comes out on the side of Justice.
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