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Also by Bill Crider:

Dead, to Begin With, August 2017
Hardcover
Survivors Will Be Shot Again, August 2016
Hardcover
Between The Living And The Dead, August 2015
Hardcover
Murder Of A Beauty Shop Queen, September 2012
Hardcover
The Wild Hog Murders, July 2011
Hardcover
A Knife in the Back, July 2006
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Dead, to Begin With
Bill Crider

Minotaur Books
August 2017
On Sale: August 8, 2017
Featuring: Sheriff Dan Rhodes
272 pages
ISBN: 1250078539
EAN: 9781250078537
Hardcover
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Mystery Police Procedural

Sheriff Dan Rhodes returns to deal with murderers, thefts, and ghosts in a small Texas town. In Clearview, Texas, a wealthy recluse has joined the community and is leading the restoration of an old opera house. When he falls to his death, Sheriff Dan Rhodes suspects that he’s been murdered, but there doesn’t seem to be a motive. Who would want to kill someone who’s helping the town and hasn’t been around long enough to make any enemies?

The Sheriff’s suspicion proves to be true, however, and he begins to look for motives buried in the past, meanwhile having to deal with people fighting over baseball cards at a yard sale, writers who want to talk to him about his sex life, and the Clearview Ghost Hunters, headed up by Seepy Benton, who believes that the old theater is haunted. Clearview might be a small town, but there’s no shortage of excitement.

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