Crossed Bones

Crossed Bones

Book - 2004
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Mississippi private detective Sarah Booth Delaney investigates the murder of a black blues-club owner and is caught in a town torn apart by racial prejudice when the victim's white protégé becomes the prime suspect.
Publisher: New York : Dell, 2004, c2003.
ISBN: 9780440240938
044024093X
Characteristics: 353 p. ; 17 cm.

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NYSandy23
Jun 19, 2017

This is the fourth in the series about Sarah Booth Delaney and each one is better than the others. Sarah is a southern belle who is the emancipated version of southern women. While she knows all the "rules" she chooses not to use them as she cuts a wide swath through the Delta of Mississippi. This story takes on a bit of race relations in the south woven through a killing, a romance or two and a bit of music fantasy. Sarah has a delightful cast of characters who help her move through life in Zinnia. Can't wait to revisit the Delta for the next book in the series.

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barbaralouisa
Mar 03, 2017

Good read. This is not the first book with the main character but it was not difficult to work out the story line. I will check other books now by this author.

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