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Biggie and the Meddlesome Mailman by Nancy…

Biggie and the Meddlesome Mailman

by Nancy Bell

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I love this series! Biggie makes me laugh. Maybe it's because I used to live in a small town in Texas, I find these characters very true to life. A great series and I loved this one! ( )
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In a town as small as Job's Crossing,, a nosy mailman who opens the mail, reads it all, and broadcasts the contents to the rest of the people on his route --more or less, the whole town --puts himself seriously at risk, and it isn't long before Luther Abernathy suffers the consequences. When young J.R. stumbles upon the mailman's body, and an incipient militia group begins to make trouble, J.R.'s grandmother, the irrepressible Biggie, decides that Police Chief Paul and Silas needs help in finding the killer.

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In Job's Crossing, Texas, lady sleuth Biggie Weatherford and her grandson investigate the murder of a postman. He was a busybody who opened people's mail, sharing the contents with others on the route.

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