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[KINDLE] ❄ A Killing at Cotton Hill (Samuel Craddock Mystery, #1) ❧ Terry Shames – Hakkas.us

A Killing at Cotton Hill (Samuel Craddock Mystery, #1) A Killing At Cotton Hill Samuel Craddock Mystery, 1 Author Terry Shames Bandcamptomp3.co.uk The Chief Of Police Of Jarrett Creek, Texas, Doubles As The Town Drunk So When Dora Lee Parjeter Is Murdered, Her Old Friend And Former Police Chief Samuel Craddock Steps In He Discovers That A Lot Of People Had It In For Dora Lee The Conniving Rascals On The Farm Next Door Want Her Land For Nefarious Purposes Her Estranged Daughter Could Be Seeking Vengeance Her Grandson Wants Money For Art School And Then There S That Stranger Dora Lee Claimed Was Spying On Her Does Craddock Still Have What It Takes To Find The Killer In This Debut Novel, The Strong, Compelling Voice Of Samuel Craddock Illuminates The Grandeur And Loneliness Of The Central Texas Landscape And Reveals The Human Foibles Of The Residents In A Small Texas Town Their Pettiness And Generosity, Their Secret Vices And True Virtues.

[KINDLE] ❄ A Killing at Cotton Hill (Samuel Craddock Mystery, #1)  ❧ Terry Shames – Hakkas.us
  • Paperback
  • 231 pages
  • A Killing at Cotton Hill (Samuel Craddock Mystery, #1)
  • Terry Shames
  • English
  • 24 June 2018
  • 1616147997

    10 thoughts on “[KINDLE] ❄ A Killing at Cotton Hill (Samuel Craddock Mystery, #1) ❧ Terry Shames – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    I enjoyed this book, especially the parts that discussed art, and some of the small town Texas life It was an easy, fun read and provided a nice break from some of theemotionally draining books I ve read as of late The main character is very likeable, it is refreshing to have someone who is ...


  2. says:

    First Sentence I watch Loretta Singletary hurry up the steps to my house.Dora Lee Parjeter wasn t particularly well liked by her neighbors or her estranged daughter, but that s no reason to kill her When the less than conscientious chief of police, who also happens to be the town drunk, immediately arrests Dora s live on grandson, Samuel remembers that Dora claimed someone was spying on her, and wants to be certain the real killer is arrested.Shames has a delightful voice She brings her chara First Sentence I watch Loretta Singletary hurry up the steps to my house.Dora Lee Parjeter wasn t particularly well liked by her neighbors or her estranged daughter, but that s no reason to kill her When the less than conscientious chief of police, who also happens to be the town drunk, immediately arrests Dora s live on grandson, Samuel remembers that ...


  3. says:

    Having previously read the prequel to author Terry Shames iconic Samuel Craddock series, An Unsettling Crime for Samuel Craddock Book 6 , I was eager to start the series at it s first book A Killing At Cotton Hill , features retired police chief of Jarrett Creek, Texas, Samuel Craddock now in his early 60 s After serving for sixteen years on the job whe...


  4. says:

    First off, full disclosure Terry Shames is an old friend To counter that, however, I want to say that I m not a big fan of mysteries and don t generally seek out the genre so the fact that I thoroughly enjoyed this novel is remarkable This is the foundation novel in a coming series It s written in present tense first person POV, and the gentle, wry voice is that of Samuel Craddock, a graying small town Texas widower who is also a former chief of police Just one chapter in, I began to see h First off, full disclosure Terry Shames is an old friend To counter that, however, I want to say that...


  5. says:

    I read this book in three days, over a very busy weekend I chose to read it rather than watch sports yesterday, just so I could finish it and find out whodunnit.So, yes, it s a good mystery, the kind that even half way through you re thinking, I have no clue who the killer is Additionally, all suspects seem equally plausible, I didn t feel like any were thrown in just to confuse the reader and that takes some pretty nifty writing And you read on, because you really do want to know what happ I read this book in three days, over a very busy weekend I chose to read it rather than watch sports yesterday, just so I could finish it and find out whodunnit.So, yes, it s a good mystery, the kind that even half way through you re thinking, I have no clue who the killer is Additionally, all suspects seem equally plausible, I didn t feel like any were thrown in just to confuse the reader and that takes some pretty nifty writing And you read on, because you really do want to know what happened and why.Which brings me to the writing style it s so easy, so ...


  6. says:

    This series was recommended and I finally took the plunge.This is a well written and well plotted traditional mystery soft boiled featuring former police chief and gentleman rancher Samuel Craddock.I really liked this main character and look forward to further adventures.


  7. says:

    I ve been wanting to sample this series for a while and happy that I finally did It was a good experience getting to know Samuel Craddock and the residents of Jarrett Creek, none of whom struck me as stereotypes, but well drawn characters I especially liked Craddock, a retired lawman, having a collecting interest and some knowledge in art I easily pictured Jeff Bridges, tough but intelligent with compassion, playing Craddock in a ...


  8. says:

    Synopsis blurb.The chief of police of Jarrett Creek, Texas, doubles as the town drunk So when Dora Lee Parjeter is murdered, her old friend and former police chief Samuel Craddock steps in He discovers that a lot of people had it in for Dora Lee The conniving rascals on the farm next door want her land for nefarious purposes her estranged daughter could be seeking vengeance her grandson wants money for art school and then there s that stranger Dora Lee claimed was spying on her Does Synopsis blurb.The chief of police of Jarrett Creek, Texas, doubles as the town drunk So when Dora Lee Parjeter is murdered, her old friend and former police chief Samuel Craddock steps in He discovers that a lot of people had it in for Dora Lee The conniving rascals on the farm next door want her land for nefarious purpos...


  9. says:

    Bill Crider says in his introduction to Terry Shames Readers are going to love Samuel Craddock and they ll want to visit him and Jarrett Creek, Texas often Truer words were never spoken to use an old clich I started reading A Killing at Cotton Hill today about 3 00 p.m and just finished it at 12 51 a.m I literally could not put it down Samuel Craddock is a retired Chief of Poli...


  10. says:

    I found another series to add to my list When I got this I wasn t aware that it was a series I checked it out at our library when I saw small Texas town and that was it I really enjoyed it, the small town folksy manner of the characters Being from a small Texas town I could relate to some of the dynamics of the story I fell utterly in love with the Samuel s heart of gold and his kind manner with the older ladies who buzzed around him I was really happy that I checked it out and I look forw I found another series to add to my list When I got this I wasn t aware that it was a series I checked it out at our library when I saw small Texas town and that was it I really enjoyed it, the small town folksy manner of the characters Being from a small Texas town I could relate to some of the dynamics of the story I fell utterly in love with the Samuel s heart of gold and his kind manner wit...

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