Murder in Four Parts by Bill Crider audiobook

Murder in Four Parts

By Bill Crider
Read by George Guidall

Recorded Books, Inc., Recorded Books Inc. 9780312386740

The Sheriff Dan Rhodes Mysteries: Book 16

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When Sheriff Dan Rhodes is asked to join the Clearview Barbershop Chorus, he suspects that there’s an ulterior motive, mainly because he can’t sing a note. He’s momentarily distracted by a rogue alligator on the loose, but shortly afterward, Lloyd Berry, the director of the chorus, is murdered. Berry is suspected of embezzling money, and he’s leaked the information that a member of the chorus ordered a singing valentine for a woman who isn’t his wife. Later, Rhodes discovers that Berry has been gambling on eight-liners at Rollin’ Sevens, a barely legal operation in a strip center on the outskirts of town. Rhodes also must deal with the usual assortment of small-town crimes: a man dressed in his underpants and cowboy boots picketing a law office, dogfood theft, and attempts on the life of a man who likes to root through garbage. Rhodes sorts through clues that involve geocaching and barbershop singing with the help of a few oddball local characters before he solves the crime.

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When Sheriff Dan Rhodes is asked to join the Clearview Barbershop Chorus, he suspects that there’s an ulterior motive, mainly because he can’t sing a note. He’s momentarily distracted by a rogue alligator on the loose, but shortly afterward, Lloyd Berry, the director of the chorus, is murdered. Berry is suspected of embezzling money, and he’s leaked the information that a member of the chorus ordered a singing valentine for a woman who isn’t his wife. Later, Rhodes discovers that Berry has been gambling on eight-liners at Rollin’ Sevens, a barely legal operation in a strip center on the outskirts of town.

Rhodes also must deal with the usual assortment of small-town crimes: a man dressed in his underpants and cowboy boots picketing a law office, dogfood theft, and attempts on the life of a man who likes to root through garbage. Rhodes sorts through clues that involve geocaching and barbershop singing with the help of a few oddball local characters before he solves the crime.

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Author Bio: Bill Crider

Author Bio: Bill Crider

Bill Crider was born in Mexia, Texas. He attended the University of Texas at Austin, where he received a PhD in English. After teaching in public schools and at the college level for many years, he retired to write full time and is the author of over seventy-five novels and an equal number of short stories.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 6.65
Audience: Adult
Language: English