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A Killing at the Creek

Ozarks Mystery Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Emily Beresford
Series: Ozarks Mystery Series, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 20 mins
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Prosecutor Elsie Arnold loves her small-town home in the Ozark hills, but she's been waiting for a murder to come along and make her career. So when a body is found under a bridge, throat cut, Elsie jumps at the chance to work on the case, even if it's alongside the brash new chief assistant, Chuck Harris - and her latest flame, Detective Bob Ashlock. But when the investigation reveals that the deceased woman was driving a school bus, and the police locate the vehicle, its interior covered in blood, the occupant and only suspect is a 15-year-old boy. Elsie's in for more than she bargained for. Win or lose, this case will haunt her. No one has successfully prosecuted a juvenile for first-degree murder in McCown County. If she loses, it's her career on the line and a chilling homicide unresolved; if she wins, a boy's liberty will be taken from him before he reaches his 16th birthday.

©2015 Nancy Allen (P)2017 Tantor

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"Allen's heat-drenched Ozark courtrooms, her heroine stifled both literally and metaphorically by the circumstances surrounding her, are rendered hotter than hell by her talent for crafting a truly disturbing young villain." (Alex Marwood, author of The Wicked Girls)

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Annoying narrator

I almost just gave up on this book, because the narrator was so annoying. This whodunit mimics other books by Nancy Allen, with a hillbilly flair, and not very deep. Quick read with a little intrigue