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One day, eleven-year-old Claire Hofer sets out to take lunch to her father, who is raking hay. Nearing the field, she sees only Constable John McIntire. Her father, Reuben, is dead, and McIntire finds the crime baffling. But Reuben Hofer's past holds several secrets, and young Claire may hold the key to the crime.
©2007 Kathleen Hills (P)2007 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • 07-01-09

loved this book

This is a rela good listen,a mixture of innocence and murder or is it.With really colourful characters.I really enjoyed this good thriller.

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Deserves to be better known - worth a listen

Highly recommended. I'd never heard of this writer but I was more than pleasantly surprised to find that, while it's no literary masterpiece, this book has far more depth than the average crime novel. Certainly far fewer of those jarring cliches that are the backbone of far better known books.

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