#2: The Dunn Deal  -     By: Catherine Leggitt
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#2: The Dunn Deal

Ellechor Publishing House, LLC / 2012 / Paperback

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 354
Vendor: Ellechor Publishing House, LLC
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 5.25 X 8.00 (inches)
ISBN: 1937844978
ISBN-13: 9781937844974
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Series: Christine Sterling Mystery Trilogy

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Rumors of dirty cops, midnight meetings on Friday the thirteenth, and a forested militia masquerading as a religious cult--these and other peculiar elements complicate the senseless murder of Deputy Sheriff Baxter Dunn, son-in-law of Christine Sterling's best friend and mentor Zora Jane Callahan. The subject may be frightful, but amateur sleuth Christine Sterling tackles it with her characteristic blend of snoopiness and tenacity, especially after Molly, her beloved border collie, is dog-napped in retaliation for Christine's intrusion into matters that are none of her business. National media attention fuels the escalating conflict between Christine and the authorities. Constance Boyd, a renowned newswoman, arrives to launch her own inquiry into the murder. When she crosses paths with Zora Jane, a strong Christian with a heart for spreading the Gospel, she is confronted with Truth. Zora Jane challenges postmodern humanistic beliefs using scripture. But Miss Boyd clings to her perverted "religion." Suspicions develop concerning which of the lawmen can be trusted, if any. Truth is challenged on every side. When a second murder jolts the tranquil community, Christine gets tagged as the prime suspect. Who will rescue Molly if Christine ends up behind bars?

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  1. Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Definitely Didn't Disappoint
    November 7, 2012
    Anne
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I knew when I read Catherine Leggitt's first book, Payne and Misery, that I would have to read the next one. I love a good mystery, especially if it's wrapped in humor. The Dunn Deal definitely didn't disappoint. (Yes, I like alliteration, too, if it's not over-dunn.)

    In The Dunn Deal, Christine Sterling, housewife and snoopy--uh, I mean curious--best friend of Zora Jane Callahan cannot believe that Zora Jane's wonderful son-in-law could be guilty of cheating on his wife, getting mixed up in drugs, and suicide. A fine, upstanding young father and husband, Sheriff's deputy Baxter Dunn attended church regularly with his family, came home for dinner every night, helped put the children to bed.

    He just wasn't the type of person who would cheat or do drugs. And the sheriff's office didn't seemed all that concerned. It seemed his own co-workers had turned against him.

    It was just too much to ask that a good friend would not step in and help, so it's Christine to the rescue. Much to the dismay of her long-suffering husband Jesse who just wants to keep his snoopy--ah, investigative wife out of trouble. And to the irritation of the ones in the sheriff's office responsible for getting to the bottom of the mystery--sorta. And to the perpetrators, needless to say.

    After you read this, remind yourself over and over, "Do not try any of these thing at home."
  2. Willows, CA
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    One terrific mystery
    November 7, 2012
    Anne Baxter Campbell
    Willows, CA
    Age: Over 65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    I knew when I read Catherine Leggitt's first book, Payne and Misery, that I would have to read the next one. I love a good mystery, especially if it's wrapped in humor. The Dunn Deal definitely didn't disappoint. (Yes, I like alliteration, too, if it's not over-Dunn.)

    In The Dunn Deal, Christine Sterling, housewife and snoopy--uh, I mean curious--best friend of Zora Jane Callahan cannot believe that Zora Jane's wonderful son-in-law could be guilty of cheating on his wife, getting mixed up in drugs, and suicide. A fine, upstanding young father and husband, Sheriff's deputy Baxter Dunn attended church regularly with his family, came home for dinner every night, helped put the children to bed.

    He just wasn't the type of person who would cheat or do drugs. And the sheriff's office didn't seemed all that concerned. It seemed his own co-workers had turned against him.

    It was just too much to ask that a good friend would not step in and help, so it's Christine to the rescue. Much to the dismay of her long-suffering husband Jesse who just wants to keep his snoopy--ah, investigative wife out of trouble. And to the irritation of the ones in the sheriff's office responsible for getting to the bottom of the mystery--sorta. And to the perpetrators, needless to say.

    After you read this, remind yourself over and over, "Do not try any of these thing at home."
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