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Product Number: C4197
Released: Nov 05, 2007
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ISBN: #9781428156012
Narrator/s: C.J. Critt
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New York Times best-selling author Margaret Maron has garnered Edgar, Agatha, Anthony, Macavity, and American Mystery awards for her captivating series set in rural North Carolina. When a local farmer-known for his severe treatment of migrant workers-turns up savagely murdered, Judge Deborah and her new Deputy Sheriff husband soon wade into a quagmire of exploitation. But as murders mushroom, the two uncover secrets that threaten both their community and their new life together.

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Author(s): Margaret Maron
Series: Deborah Knott Mysteries Series No: 13
Genre: Mystery

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Product Number: BX00003006
Product Number:Z0415
Product Number:C4197

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Author(s): Margaret Maron
Narrator(s): C.J. Critt
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Genre: Mystery
Product Number Z0415
Released: Mar 28, 2011
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781456101213
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Author(s): Margaret Maron
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Genre: Mystery
Product Number EB00278814
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780446591065

Professional reviews

"Migrant worker exploitation and murder combine to make Judge Deborah Knott's latest adventure exciting and a bit gruesome. Pieces of a local farm owner are showing up in the North Carolina countryside. Knott has a new stepchild, a busy calendar, and many relatives, but she still finds time to help her lawman husband. C.J. Critt's upbeat tone reflects the Judge's overall cheerfulness. This is a complicated story with multiple plot lines, characters, points of view, and even advice from an 1890 farmers' journal. It might be easy for a narrator to lose its continuity, but Critt holds the vocal reins tightly. She injects the story with local color and individualizes characters with regard to their age, gender, personality, and ethnicity. J.B.G. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"

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