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The Ragman's Memory (1996)

by Archer Mayor

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Another good mystery from Mayor,but I don't really understand why the title was chosen--just a small part of the plot. ( )
  sleahey | Jun 23, 2014 |
Remains of a body are found in unusual circumstances. Leads to several at first unconnected deaths. Relatively complex. Joe Gunther is one of my favorite detectives. ( )
  jsharpmd | Mar 28, 2012 |
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Lieutenant Joe Gunther of the Brattleboro, Vermont, police force is back in Archer Mayor's thrilling detective story. In Ragman's Memory, the mysterious murders of wayward drifters point toward a complicated puzzle involving government corruption and industrial espionage. Mayor's stories typically utilize the New England landscape in the plot and character development, and Ragman's Memory is no exception to the proven formula of this popular writer's bestselling series.

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In Brattleboro, Vermont, Lieutenant Joe Gunther juggles several cases, all of which turn out to be connected. There is the murder of a girl runaway, the disappearance of a local activist, the death of a homeless man, and the strangling of a woman due to die anyway. By the author of The Dark Root.… (more)

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