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Dead Broke in Jarrett Creek
Terry Shames

Samuel Craddock #3
Seventh Street Books
October 2014
On Sale: October 7, 2014
Featuring: Gary Dellmore; Samuel Craddock
265 pages
ISBN: 1616149965
EAN: 9781616149963
Kindle: B00JNPF5J4
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Mystery

Jarrett Creek is bankrupt. Gary Dellmore, heir apparent to the main bank, is dead, apparently murdered. Samuel Craddock thought he was retired but now he's been asked to return as police chief. Dellmore supposedly had a roving eye, although his wife says he was never serious about dallying. Still, Craddock wonders: Did the husbands and fathers of women he flirted with think he was harmless? What about his current lover, who insists that Dellmore was going to leave his wife for her?

Craddock discovers that Dellmore had a record of bad business investments. Even worse, he took a kickback from a loan he procured, which ultimately drove the town into bankruptcy. Many people had motive to want Dellmore dead.

Then the investigation turns up another crime. As Craddock digs down to the root of this mess, many in Jarrett Creek are left wondering what happened to the innocence of their close-knit community.

Samuel Craddock

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