Book Reviews of Bloody Kin

Bloody Kin
Bloody Kin
Author: Margaret Maron
ISBN-13: 9780446404167
ISBN-10: 0446404160
Publication Date: 7/1/1995
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Mysterious Press
Book Type: Paperback
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This is the first Margaret Maron book I've read, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. A little mystery, a little romance, Southern charm. What more could one ask?
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After her husbabnd is killed Kate Honneycut moves from New York to North Carolina to try to fit in with her husband's family. A mystery develops when the body of a stranger is found. Good story
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Deep in North Carolina's Tarheel country, financier Jake Honeycutt dies of a shotgun blast while hunting. No one mentions to Kate, his grieving and pregnant wife from New York, that just maybe his death wasn't an accident. With the exception of Lacy, the farm's old curmudgeon of a handyman,, everyone from the slow-talking local cop to Jake's slick attorney are as sweet as pecan pie. But when the body of a murdered stranger turns up and a snapshot of Jake with his Vietnam army buddies disappears, Kate begins to hear a sinister undertone. Now in a world of ante-bellum mansions, good ol'boys, and steel magnolia women, Kate realizes she is an outsider and in trouble, looking among Jake's kith an kin for a friend to count on.............or a killer to fear.
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Kate Honeycutt of New York is told her financier husband was killed by a shotgun blast while hunting. "Now in a world of ante-bellum mansions, good ol' boys, and steel magnolia women, Kate realizes she is an outsider and in trouble, looking among Jake's kith and kin for a friend to count on...or a killer to fear."