Book Reviews of Convenient Disposal (Posadas County, Bk 12)

Convenient Disposal (Posadas County, Bk 12)
Convenient Disposal - Posadas County, Bk 12
Author: Steven F. Havill
ISBN-13: 9780373265459
ISBN-10: 037326545X
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 284
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Mystery
Book Type: Paperback
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Posadas County, New mexico, undersheriff Estelle Teyes-Cuzman is called to the scene of a possible domestic violence. The victim is a teenage girl, beaten into a coma and stabbed in the ear with a hatpin. Earlier, the girl was involved in a rivalry over a boy--but the shocking brutality of the crime indicates this was something beyond feuding middle-school girls. Suspicion falls on the girl's father, who has a history of taking his anger out on his family. But when Reyes-Guzman, looking for witnesses, goes to question neighbor Kevin Zeigler, the county manager, she disciovers him missing.

Having learned coincidences are usually anything but, the undersheriff, with the help of retired boss Bill Gastner, works to connect the two cases, supecting Ziegler is either the perpetrator...or another victim. The answers head her into troubling territory, where the secrets that make up the darker side of a small community are too often revealed in blood...

"Mystery fans who haven't yet made the trip to Posadas County, consider yourselves deprived." Kirkus Reviews
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In Posadas County, New Mexico undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman is called to the scene of a possible domestic violence. The victim is a teenage girl who has been beaten into a coma and stabbed in the ear with a hatpin. Earlier, the girl was involved in a rivalry over a boy - but, the shocking brutality of the crime indicates this was something beyond feuding.