This entry in Carolyn Haines' best-selling "Bones" series finds Sarah Booth Delaney, a southern belle with a penchant for amateur sleuthing, back on the case. When black pianist Ivory Keys is murdered, Zinnia, Mississippi divides along racial lines. The prime suspect is Scott Hampton, Key's protege, who is rich and white. Sarah is hired to prove Scott's innocence, but to do so, she'll have to navigate some treacherous waters.
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by Carolyn Haines
"When local blues artist Ivory Keys is murdered in his Zinnia, Mississippi, club, it's up to professional Southern belle and amateur sleuth Sarah Booth Delaney to find the killer and save some priceless musical relics. Continuing the bestselling Bones mystery series, Haines paints vivid pictures of life and death in the Delta. Narrator Kate Forbes inhabits the characters, sings a cappella beautifully, and applies just the right touches of honey and barbecue sauce to the rousing tale. You won't be singing the blues if you listen to CROSSED BONES, guaranteed. R.O. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"
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