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  • Bill Crider

    Publishers Weekly calls Murder in the Air a 'winning' 17th entry in Bill Crider's popular Dan Rhodes mysteries. Sheriff Rhodes has his hands full over complaints about Lester Hamilton's foul-smelling chicken farm. So when Hamilton is found dead, Rhodes' suspect list includes nearly the entire county. 'Few will be able to resist Crider's brand of broad humor, eccentric characters, and murder.'-Publishers...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Texan Bill Crider is the best-selling author of Red, White, and Blue Murder and A Knife in the Back. This welcome addition to Crider's well-liked series finds strange things afoot in Blacklin County, Texas. One fine morning, a local man named Bud Turley strolls into Sheriff Rhodes' station holding a gargantuan tooth. Soon Bigfoot hysteria spreads through...read more

  • Bill Crider

    A lifelong Texan, Bill Crider blends just the right amount of humor and romance in his highly enjoyable mystery novels. The Sheriff Dan Rhodes mystery series, including A Romantic Way to Die (S1053), features the exploits of the savvy, small-town sheriff of Blacklin County, Texas. In Red, White & Blue Murder, Rhodes is hard-pressed to keep his cool when a local reporter accuses him, among other elected officials, of corruption. Things get even more serious when a county commissioner is found...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Bill Crider is a two-time Anthony Award winner and an Edgar Award finalist. Sheriff Dan Rhodes has his hands full in Murder of a Beauty Shop Queen, the 19th book in this series. When hairdresser Lynn Ashton is found dead at the Beauty Shack, it's up to Dan to figure out whodunit while dealing with a string of random thefts and a pregnant goat on the...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Bill Crider's Dan Rhodes novels feature formidable mysteries and dark humor. In his 14th exploit, Rhodes discovers local octogenarian Helen Harris dead on her kitchen floor. It looks like an accident, but Rhodes knows there's more to this case. '... a typically rewarding read marked with dry humor, meticulous plotting, and insights into the mysterious rites of small-town...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Bill Crider's quirky mysteries featuring Texas lawman Dan Rhodes are widely praised by fans and critics alike. In Of All Sad Words, a cluster of oddballs descends upon Blacklin County. After a mobile home erupts in a ball of flame and a body is found nearby, Rhodes' worries magnify when students at the Citizens' Sheriff 's Academy he founded are identified as...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Lifelong Texan Bill Crider pens enjoyable stories that weave together romance and mystery. When a romance writers' convention comes to Blacklin County, Texas, Sheriff Dan Rhodes is confused about all the commotion. But Rhodes' wife, Ivy, a devoted fan of the genre, knows exactly why all the female fans are in a tizzy-hunky cover model Terry Don Coslin is in attendance. But when Coslin is found murdered, Sheriff Rhodes begins to investigate a case of modeling turned...read more

  • Bill Crider

    A Texas mystery author like no other, Bill Crider is widely praised for his realistic stories of small town mischief, including ,A Romantic Way to Die. Dr. Sally Good, chair of the local community college's English department, is breaking her own rule: don't date staff members. But when her date, Neville, comes under investigation for murdering one of the college's trustees, Sally suddenly has a lot more on her plate than...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Lifelong resident of Texas and popular mystery writer, Bill Crider delivers what Library Journal calls 'a solid addition to a long-running series.' Blacklin County, Texas hasn't seen much action since Sheriff Dan Rhodes' childhood days. So when a ghost is sighted in the jail, and Ty Berry, president of the area's historical preservation group, is murdered, the small county is shocked. Rhodes must get to the bottom of these mysteries before it's too...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Bill Crider tosses Texas-sized dollops of humor into his best-selling Dan Rhodes mysteries. Someone bashed in the head of Lloyd Berry, the proprietor of a local flower shop. Dan knows robbery wasn't the motive, but suspects a member of the town's barbershop quartet-of which Lloyd was a part-could be behind the crime. '. an entertaining entry in a very likable series.'...read more

  • James Daniels

    After dying in a freak accident, Matt Cahill inexplicably “wakes up” three months later with the disturbing ability to see things—terrible things—that others cannot. Drafted as a warrior in the battle between good and evil, Matt will stop at nothing to destroy the malevolent Mr. Dark. In The Dead Man Volume 3, a trio of sinister new stories tracks the reluctant hero on his nightmarish quest. Matt’s search for a paranoid visionary who claims to have defeated a supernatural entity like Mr. Dark leads him deep into the Michigan woods. But when he finds himself trapped in a bloody siege between warring factions, his only hope for escape from an unstoppable...read more

  • Bill Crider

    Before classes start one morning, the body of English instructor Earl Wellington is found outside the building of the community college campus in Clearview. Wellington was clearly involved in a struggle with someone and has died as a result. Sheriff Dan Rhodes pursues and arrests a student, Ike Terrell, who was fleeing the campus. Ike's father is Able Terrell, a survivalist who has withdrawn from society and lives in a gated compound. He's not happy that his son has chosen to attend the college, and he's even less happy with the...read more