Margaret Maron's best-selling Deborah Knott mystery series won instant acclaim upon its debut in 1993. In this 16th entry in the series, the judge is faced with a horrifying holiday murder case. After a beautiful young cheerleader is found dead in a car wreck, Judge Knott's husband Deputy Dwight Bryant discovers evidence that the death was anything but an accident. Now Knott and Bryant are on a desperate search for a killer before he or she strikes again.
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by Margaret Maron
"In her 16th Judge Deborah Knott mystery, Edgar-winning author Margaret Maron focuses on solid family relationships, affection, and open communication between generations. A popular North Carolina cheerleader is killed in a one-car crash on her way home from a party. Another crash, months earlier, killed two students, crippling a third. Deborah's husband, Sheriff's Deputy Dwight Bryant, doubts these were accidents. When two brothers are murdered, an investigation begins in earnest. C.J. Critt's performance is appealing, full of life and youthful energy. Critt is amusing as Deborah juggles work with preparing for her enormous family's holiday gathering and completely believable as Dwight and Deborah garner information from the constant texting of their teenaged relatives. An intriguing mystery read by an engaging narrator makes this fine listening. S.J.H. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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