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|Crookston Public Library||DUG (Text)||33500012348876||Main||Checked out||12/09/2020|
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- ISBN: 1503953572
- ISBN: 9781503953574
355 pages ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Seattle : Thomas & Mercer, 
|Summary, etc.:||"Detective Tracy Crosswhite has a skill, and a soft spot, for tackling unsolved crimes. Having lost her own sister to murder at a young age, Tracy has dedicated her career to bringing justice and closure to the families and friends of victims of crime. So when Jenny, a former police academy classmate and protégé, asks Tracy to help solve a cold case that involves the suspicious suicide of a Native American high school girl forty years earlier, Tracy agrees. Following up on evidence Jenny's detective father collected when he was the investigating deputy, Tracy probes one small town's memory and finds dark, well-concealed secrets hidden within the community's fabric. Can Tracy uphold the promise she's made to the dead girl's family and deliver the truth of what happened to their daughter? Or will she become the next victim?"--|
- Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2016 March #2
In the third Tracy Crosswhite mystery, the Washington State police detective is still trying to pull her life back together in the aftermath of her sister's murder (My Sister's Grave, 2014). When a friend asks Tracy to look into a cold case involving the decades-old suicide of a high-school student, Tracy doesn't hesitate. Her investigation leads her to a small town, a nest of dark secrets, and the shocking discovery that a 40-year-old case isn't as cold as she thought. As with the earlier Crosswhite books, the author favors character and solid storytelling over plot twists and frantic running about. Tracy is a well-crafted character; the cop with a troubled past is a staple of the mystery genre, but a good author can find variations on the theme, and Dugoni has found a few good ones. Readers of the first two books will enjoy this one, and, because it can be read as a stand-alone, newcomers can jump right in. Copyright 2014 Booklist Reviews.
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