The Deacon Needed Killing (Needed Killing #4)

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The Deacon Needed Killing (Needed Killing #4)

The Deacon Needed Killing Needed Killing Alone with a corpse on a back road Crawford is glad to see the police It was actually a deputy sheriff s car but any law enforcement officer was like a gift from heaven The car stopped and I started

  • Title: The Deacon Needed Killing (Needed Killing #4)
  • Author: Bill Fitts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alone with a corpse on a back road, Crawford is glad to see the police It was actually a deputy sheriff s car but any law enforcement officer was like a gift from heaven The car stopped and I started toward it The siren yelped and the headlights flashed I froze in place That was not a come hither signal This time, Crawford must establish his own innocence before heAlone with a corpse on a back road, Crawford is glad to see the police It was actually a deputy sheriff s car but any law enforcement officer was like a gift from heaven The car stopped and I started toward it The siren yelped and the headlights flashed I froze in place That was not a come hither signal This time, Crawford must establish his own innocence before he can help anyone else.

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    1. Debra on said:

      I think this series gets better with each book . I like the characters and I like the way that, if you pay attention, clues are given throughout the story. The last chapter made me feel like I was sitting at the table having a good time over a game of twenty questions and now I'm hungry for chicken wings, too!

    2. Kristi Lamont on said:

      Enjoyed this one much more than No. 2 in the series; seemed to flow a lot more smoothly. Have to admit I was disappointed that the murdered deacon in question was not affiliated with A Major Episcopal Church Frequented By The Important in "Shelbyville," but thought the author (whom I have to come to know and like personally) did a good job of throwing in just enough hometown stuff for the continuity of the series. Did get aggravated at what seemed to me to be just brainless oversights on the par [...]

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