|The Night of the Dance|
|Written by Denise Montana|
|Friday, 13 November 2009 11:37|
The Night of the Dance 05/03
There's a new sheriff in town when it comes to Texas crime writing, and his name is James Hime. THE NIGHT OF THE DANCE is a fine debut and destined to be both a mystery lover and Lone Star favorite. ~ Harlan Coben
After Ten Years, They Just Found Sissy Fletcher's Cowboy Boot. With Her Foot Still Inside.
Some folks think the big-bellied sheriff of Brenham, Texas, isn't smart enough to get reelected. But he's savvy enough to ask retired Texas Ranger Jeremiah Spur for help when Sissy Fletcher is dug up in a pasture outside of town.
The hell-raising daughter of a popular preacher, Sissy disappeared ten years ago after a rodeo dance. Everybody thought she ran off with a cowboy. Everybody was dead wrong, and now the Houston TV stations are spotlighting the case.
Joining up with deputy Clyde Thomas, a black cop with an attitude problem and the best investigative skills south of Dallas, ex-Ranger Spur figures unearthing Sissy will open a whole can of worms-since some fine upstanding citizen is probably a killer. He just doesn't know how deep secrets are buried in Brenham or how deadly, like prodding a rattler with a short stick, poking into the past will be...
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 November 2009 18:05|