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One Perfect Shot by Steven F. Havill

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Also by Steven F. Havill:

Less Than a Moment, March 2020
Hardcover
Blood Sweep, April 2015
Paperback
NightZone, October 2013
Hardcover
One Perfect Shot, January 2012
Hardcover
Final Payment, June 2007
Hardcover

Also by Steven Havill:

One Perfect Shot, January 2012
Hardcover
Comes a Time for Burning, February 2011
Hardcover
Double Prey, January 2011
Trade Size
Final Payment, June 2007
Hardcover

One Perfect Shot
Steven F. Havill, Steven Havill

Posadas County Mystery #9
Poisoned Pen Press
January 2012
On Sale: January 11, 2012
Featuring: Estelle Reyes; Gastner
334 pages
ISBN: 1590589548
EAN: 9781590589540
Kindle: B006TMH3OE
Hardcover / e-Book
$24.95
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Suspense | Mystery

When a county employee is found shot to death in sun drenched daylight while sitting in his county road grader, Undersheriff Bill Gastner is faced with puzzling questions. The simplest explanation—that an errant bullet from a careless target shooter's rifle blew out Larry Zipoli's brains—is soon discarded as inconsistencies surface. The fatal bullet shows no rifling marks, and investigation reveals that the shooter walked directly toward the road grader, in full view of the victim—who did nothing to defend himself.

In addition to the demands of the investigation, Gastner learns that Sheriff Eduardo Salcido has hired a new deputy without discussing the matter with his undersheriff. And Gastner learns that the new hire is destined to be the first female road patrol deputy in the history of Posadas County.

Thus begins Gastner's relationship with Estelle Reyes, whose shrewd observations shed important light on a crime that rattles all kinds of skeletons lurking in Posadas County closets.

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