Survivors Will Be Shot Again

Survivors Will Be Shot Again

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There's no such thing as a day off for a sheriff. Even in a small Texas town like Clearview, there's always something going on for law enforcement. Still, most days don't involve a run-in with an alligator.

And that's not the worst of Sheriff Dan Rhodes's troubles, either. There's a dead man in Billy Bacon's barn, though Bacon swears he doesn't know how the body got there. Rhodes is a bit skeptical, given that the intruder has been shot twice and that Bacon has recently removed a sign from a fencepost near the barn, a sign that says "Trespassers will be shot. Survivors will be shot again."

The citizens of Clearview have been complaining about a rash of thefts, and Rhodes suspects that the dead man may have been involved in them. But before he can solve that crime, he also has to deal with a number of other puzzling crimes in the community, ranging from a holdup at a convenience store to the disappearance of a loaf of bread. And then there's the dang gator.

In Bill Crider's Survivors Will Be Shot Again , Sheriff Dan Rhodes learns that, as the old saying goes, crime doesn't pay. But it also doesn't take a vacation.

Publisher: New York : Minotaur Books, 2016
ISBN: 9781250078520
Branch Call Number: M CRI
Characteristics: 264 p. ;,22 cm

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Sep 15, 2016

Sherifff Dan Rhodes has a typical small town mentality that changes with the people. There is humor and detective book. Interesting.

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