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When Judge Rosswell Carew makes the gruesome discovery of two corpses on a river bank in the Missouri Ozarks, he's plunged into a storm of deadly secrets that threaten both him and his fiancee, Tina Parkmore. Unsatisfied with the way the authorities are conducting the investigation, Rosswell, who's always nurtured a secret desire to be a detective, teams up with an ex-con, Ollie Groton, to solve the case before the killer can murder again. Rosswell uncovers a maze of crimes so tangled that he must fight his way to a solution or die trying.
"I am on Facebook with over 2K followers and also on Twitter, plus I have a website and a blog. I go to several writers conferences each year and have presented at various conferences in the last couple of years."
—Bill Hopkins
©2012 Bill Hopkins (P)2014 Bill Hopkins
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By Kathy R. Gann on 12-08-15

Hard to follow

This story had too many characters to follow. The beginning had a promising beginning, but soon got muddled down with so many characters and paths that I lost interest! It became too impossible to pay attention to. I hated this story...and no desire to read any more n the series.

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By Bill W. on 02-05-15

A mystery with more twists than Chubby Checker!

Where does Courting Murder rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It ranks pretty close to the top overall. Certainly at the top of the murder mystery genre.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

It seems like every time I thought I figured out who the murder was, Hopkins proved me wrong.

What does Jim Tedder bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

His down-home accent really makes the colorful dialog come to life. My internal voice is more suburban midwest.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Not really extreme, but I have a pretty limited range of emotional response.

Any additional comments?

I really enjoyed the book. I hope there are more available in this series.

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