From Library Journal
That easy-going, empathetic, likeable Sheriff Dan Rhodes is up to his neck in a baffling case when a number of arms and legs are found on a trash pile in Blacklin County, Texas. Soon the man who found them is dead and Rhodes wends his way through a gang of rough bikers and assorted Texas types to find a few answers. In this second Rhodes novel (the first was Too Late To Die ), Crider mixes just enough human foibles and the right amount of pathos to enhance a fast-moving tale of jealousy and folks gone wrong. JV
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