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Publisher's Summary

Bill Crider's Dan Rhodes novels feature formidable mysteries and dark humor. In his 14th exploit, Rhodes discovers local octogenarian Helen Harris dead on her kitchen floor. It looks like an accident, but Rhodes knows there's more to this case.
©2007 Bill Crider; (P)2008 Recorded Books

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Mudrer Among Owls Five by Five

Another great sheriff Dan Rhodes mystery. Crider's mysteries are thought provoking without being gruesome, with a fun mixture of humor and adventure, and are long enough to be worth the read, without dragging on forever. The reader has a great set of Texas country town voices, and was enjoyable to listen to. Five stars all around.

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Would you listen to Murder Among Owls again? Why?

Dan Rhodes is a sheriff after my own heart. His self deprecating humor combined with well defined and believable characters are only enhanced by George Guidall's usual superb portrayals. I enjoy these well written western novels especially when Guidall reads them to me! Cheers!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Murder Among Owls?

I loved the "Near chainsaw murder"

What does George Guidall bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

His portrayal of characters is something I look forward to in every book he reads.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I just enjoyed the entire book.