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I like the characters and place in this series, but I didn't like the spy / terrorist subtext in this story.
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This is book two in the Bell Elkins’ series. Bell is a West Virginia prosecutor for Raythune County who lives in Acker’s Gap. Sheriff Nick Fogelsong called to report the murder of 16 year old Lucinda Trimble whose body was found in a car in the Bitter River. Ike’s diner is blown up and a sniper shoots at Bell at the Courthouse, so the fun begins.
The book is well written, the plot is interesting with lots of twists and turns and lots of suspense. Keller provides lots of background material about West Virginia, its people and poverty. In fact, I think there is too much detail; some could be cut out to make the story tighter.
Keller is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist. Shannon McManus does a good job narrating the book.
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