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- Print Length: 274 pages
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- Publication Date: February 27, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B077YL76V5
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Betraying Trust (A Sam Mason Mystery Book 4) Kindle Edition
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That is why the three (3) instead of five (5) stars.
Post Office and Local police department are not related, so new post office is not a reflection of importance. In my experience (with the post office) postmaster MIGHT be delivering mail, but not in uniform and not on a regular basis. Kevin was an idiot to think the FBI would communicate with him like the person who was. It is morally unacceptable to me (though probably done) to hope that Jesse wouldn't reform so he could continue as a source -- let's not hope he betters his life, because then we would have to figure out what new source to cultivate. Another moral issue -- apparently bribery is acceptable if it is done to benefit family. There has only been one item presented in all 4 books that Thorne is anything other than a capitalistic land developer, not a reason to suspect him in 5 different murders. Last, I don't want to live in that small community in New Hampshire, their murder rate is exceedingly high for a community of the size portrayed.
Still no resolution, or a full explanation of why Jo ended up in the town. In book one there was inference that is had to do with her druggie sister being close, then that was left behind on the implication that something with regard to the missing sister led her there. WHAT?