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The Farmer's Slaughter (A Harley and Davidson Mystery Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 13 in A Harley and Davidson Mystery
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I found the scene where they first met, while he was watering the lawn, hilarious.The rest of the town and the gossip mill is also very funny. But the best part was that I didn't see the ending that happened coming. and I ALWAYS know who done it :( Kimmay60 5-STAR Review
I read this entire series in a matter of days. They are an easy quick read and very enjoyable. I like to escape into stories and this series really hit the mark for me. Angi - 5-STAR Review
Cold case. Writer Agatha hits a roadblock while trying to dig in and crack a cold case. Kindle Customer - 5-STAR Review
This is a quick read but there's a lot of story in it. Agatha and Hank are so funny. I could actually picture Hank in his socks and shoes, cute humor. Kindle Customer - 5-STAR Review
I loved this book! Nancy - 5-STAR Review
From the Author
- File Size : 3115 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : 7th Press (June 21, 2019)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07T9QT3Y6
- Publication Date : June 21, 2019
- Print Length : 138 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #100,650 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The rest of the town and the gossip mill is also very funny.
But the best part was that I didn't see the ending that happened coming. and I ALWAYS know who done it :(
Looking forward to reading the whole series.
It mightn't look like I have much to say but I don't want to ruin the book for others.
Agatha is an extremely successful author who writes true crime, cold cases or fiction. I was confused about this by different information that was provided. She lives in a small town in central Texas. It is the town where she has always lived. Although she is writing under an assumed name, everyone in town knows who she is and what she writes. I did not understand why at times she acted as though that was a surprise to her.
Right now she is stuck on a book. Writer’s block has set in in a big way.
A new man has moved in near her home and she knows through the grape vine that he is a former policeman from Philadelphia. Hank has retired from being a super cop at a very young age. He has moved to Texas because he needs to remove himself from the darkness he has faced in his job. For Hank, retirement is very difficult.
Agatha wants to ask Hank for some input and ideas about her recent book. Hank agrees to help because he is bored and Agatha is an author he has admired.
These two characters are very entertaining. When they begin to work together, each of them is bringing their individual talents to the table. They work well as a team.
I enjoyed this story. This cold case is the murder of a teenager who Agatha knew. She was a young girl who had a difficult life. And years later, the murderer has never been found.
The second novella is about a man who is in prison for a murder he did not commit. Hank is first approached for help from the father of the victim. Hank and Agatha are drawn into this because it is evident that when the crime was prosecuted, the law was not in evidence during any of the process.
I enjoyed both these stories.
Agatha is a strong woman. She is intelligent, with a good sense of humor. She does appear to have little connection with average people who live in her world. She writes to help the victims, but I did not get the feeling she was particularly close to many people who are alive.
Hank is a difficult man to read. It is nearly impossible for him to relax. Putting a mystery in front of him is like putting a rabbit in front of a greyhound. He is smart and funny and he has tunnel vision when it comes to crime and justice. Until he doesn’t.
There are many interesting characters in both stories. The plots are interesting and there are no slow spots.
Fun books and I am going to need to find some more in this series.
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My only criticism is that the story was far too short and therefore would not a good holiday tome, however it would be perfect for a short plane journey.