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Consider the Crows by Charlene Weir
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Consider the Crows (1993)

by Charlene Weir

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2nd in the series, this is a fun series, big town cop marries small town cop and moves to Kansas. After losing her husband she takes his job, solves his murder and instead of heading back to San Francisco she stays and continues to do his former job. This book involves the murder of a young girl who seems to have a lot of secrets. When a local educator at the college also goes missing things get complicated. This is a complicated mystery with a cast of characters but all are well drawn and the suspense is built to the breaking point. I'll be reading the next in this series. ( )
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After moving to Hampstead, Kansas, to become Chief of Police, former San Francisco cop Susan Wren becomes caught up in uncertain weather, webs of deceit, and small-town intrigue when a prominent local citizen turns up dead. By the author of The Winter Widow.

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