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Red, Green, or Murder

A Sheriff Bill Gastner Mystery #10
Narrated by: Rusty Nelson
Series: Gastner/ Posadas County, Book 16
Length: 10 hrs and 31 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (90 ratings)

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Former Posadas County Sheriff Bill Gastner, now a New Mexico Livestock Inspector, is enjoying a day on Herb Torrances. But Bill soon finds himself ferrying a broken cowpuncher in the back of his SUV, headed out to meet an ambulance.
Solve another puzzler with Sheriff Bill Gastner.
©2009 Steven Havill (P)2009 Books In Motion

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Slow, laboriously under developed, not as good as past stores.

So many interesting possibilities this story could have taken yet it didn't twist anywhere but the obvious. And it didn't do it very interestingly. Some details were over developed and went uninterestingly nowhere. Such a disappointment especially after previously enjoying many of the stories in this series. Aways enjoy the narration

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Another master

Always love the way the stories are interwoven. Never disappointed. A joy to see familiar characters.

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Kinda weak story line

I do so love Rusty Nelson's performances -- they bring the characters and beautiful, troubled New Mexico alive -- but Lord how I wish someone had worked just a few minutes with him on something approximating decent Spanish pronunciation. It's just not that difficult. And the premise of the main story thread (I will give it away) is pretty weak. Still, it's a Posadas mystery read by Rusty Nelson, so I'm going to listen to it.