Book Reviews of Death Splits a Hair (Judge Jackson Crain, Bk 2)

Death Splits a Hair (Judge Jackson Crain, Bk 2)
Death Splits a Hair - Judge Jackson Crain, Bk 2
Author: Nancy Bell
ISBN-13: 9780373265619
ISBN-10: 0373265611
Publication Date: 2006
Pages: 250
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 34 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Mystery Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
This was my first book in this series. I have been reading the Biggie series and enjoyed that very much. I found myself enjoying this book even more. Judge Jackson Crain is the main character in this series. The town barber and good friend of the judge's is murdered. There is a long list of suspects and then the judge's daughter goes missing. Can the judge solve the mystery and save the girls life?
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Helpful Score: 2
You keep guessing till the end mystery.
A fast-paced read!!!
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Helpful Score: 1
Greatly enjoyed this book. Wonderful plot, characters, and style. Nancy Bell has done it again!
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Second in the series. I hope there will be more!
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Great book..............2nd in this series
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This book started off great, but then lost steam. I really thought I was going to love it, but was totally disappointed with the last half of the book.
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this is the first book by Nancy Bell that I had read. I could not put it down! such great writing-keeps you wanting to know what's going to happen next in the small town of Post Oak and Judge Jackson Crain. I highly recommend it.
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A Judge Jackson Crain mystery.
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Really like this series. Nancy Bell sure knows how to write mysteries.
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When Joe Junior McBride, the beloved barber of Post Oak, Texas, is brutally murdered, friend and loyal customer Judge Jackson Crain is as disturbed by the news as everybody else. Especially since his own teenage daughter, Patty, is close friends with Joe's daughter, Ashley. The list of suspects is impressive for such a small town: an unhappy second wife, an angry son, a pretty new barbershop assistant and an adoptive brother with secrets.

While police focus on Joe Junior's beleaguered widow, the mystery deepens when young Ashley goes missing. Crain puts his considerable wits and deep insights into the struggle of good against evil to unlock the mystery of Joe Junior's life and untimely death...before a young girl pays the ultimate price.
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Apr 2006
When Joe Junior McBride, the beloved barber of Post Oak, Texas, is brutally murdered, friend and loyal customer Judge Jackson Crain is as disturbed by the news as everybody else. Especially since his own teenage daughter, Patty, is close friends with Joe's daughter, Ashley. The list of suspects is impressive for such a small town: an unhappy second wife, an angry son, a pretty new barbershop assistant and an adoptive brother with secrets.

While police focus on Joe Junior's beleaguered widow, the mystery deepens when young Ashley goes missing. Crain puts his considerable wits and deep insights into the struggle of good against evil to unlock the mystery of Joe Junior's life and untimely death...before a young girl pays the ultimate price.
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When Joe Junior McBride, the beloved barber of Post Oak, Texas, is brutally murdered, friend and loyal customer Judge Jackson Crain is as disturbed by the news as everybody else. Especially since his own teenage daughter, Patty, is close friends with Joe's daughter, Ashley. The lise of suspects is impressive for such a small town: an unhappy second wife, an angry son, a pretty new barbershop assistant and an adoptive brother with secrets.

While police focus on Joe Junior's beleagured widow, the mystery deepens when young Ashley goes missing. Crain puts his considerable wits and deep insights into the struggle of good against evil to unlock the mystery of Joe Junior's live and untimely death... before a young girl pays the ultimate price.