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Bellows Falls (Joe Gunther Mysteries) Mass Market Paperback – December 1, 1998
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I"A" is for Alibi (The Kinsey Millhone Alphabet Mysteries) also enjoyed Sue Grafton's "Alphabet Mystery Series" and Mark Giminez The Color of Law: A Novel - but beware, some of his books are about politics, which is fine if you like that kind of thing, but not if you are expecting a good legal novel.
If you are looking for exciting adventure books for kids / teenagers, my mother recommends Jake Johnson And The Half Bloods (Quest 1) Jake Johnson And The Half Bloods (Quest 1) (Jake Johnson And The Greek Gods) and its sequel Jake Johnson And The Journey To Olympus (Quest 2) Jake Johnson And The Journey To Olympus (Quest 2) (Jake Johnson And The Greek Gods) (Previously Published as "The God Of War")
For even younger readers (6 to 9 years) try Mustachio Gets Kidnapped Mustachio Gets Kidnapped (Mustachio and Puppy Grace), which is a really cute story with a good moral about helping those in need. The hero of the book is a very imaginative creature which is a blue puppy with wings and a unicorn horn! And she is not just pretty, but great at rescuing a friend in trouble!
I will not give away any aspect of the plot, except to say that if you live in Bellows Falls or have family there, it will be very interesting to get your read on the essential backdrop of the story. It is helpful, but not critical to have read past Joe Gunther books. If you have, you will quickly recognize some key characters from Brattleboro and Burlington. You can pick up the book at chapter headings or at the breaks mid-chapter, and have no difficulty continuing, Violence is not an issue in this book, so if descriptions of active violence is not something you deal with well, not to worry.
I had already ordered number 9 (Kindle version), so I will keep going with readin about Joe Gunther is taking on the criminal element in Vermont.
This series even has me considering retiring in Vermont, in a sleepy, rural back woods area where neighbors know each other but accept their idiosyncrasies. I sure don't want to live in the Brattleboro of Joe Gunther though. Like Cabbot Cove in the Jessica Fletcher books, there are more mysterious deaths and crimes than I'd care to be a neighbor too.
Looking forward to book nine. And later...
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