Publishers Weekly calls Murder in the Air a "winning" 17th entry in Bill Crider's popular Dan Rhodes mysteries. Sheriff Rhodes has his hands full over complaints about Lester Hamilton's foul-smelling chicken farm. So when Hamilton is found dead, Rhodes' suspect list includes nearly the entire county. "Few will be able to resist Crider's brand of broad humor, eccentric characters, and murder."-Publishers Weekly
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by Bill Crider
by Craig Johnson
by Randy Wayne White
by Michael McGarrity
"In this eighteenth Sheriff Rhodes mystery, the owner of a factory chicken farm is murdered--and no one in Clearview, Texas, is sorry. They're even hopeful that the owner's death will mean the end of the stink the farm produces. Narrator George Guidall plays up the details that make the story so charming: the banter between the sheriff and his deputies, the sheriff's love of Dr. Pepper and cold Zero candy bars, and the antics of the sheriff's dogs and cat. The murder mystery is interesting on its own, but it's the characters who make the story. The small-town folks are so funny and quaint, and Guidall's voice is so pleasant that 6 hours in Clearview just aren't enough. M.M.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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