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Restored to Death WWL Mystery [PDF / Epub] ✪ Restored to Death WWL Mystery ☆ Nancy Bell – Restored to Death introduces Jackson Crain a widowed county judge who lives with his delightfully idiosyncratic thirteen year old daughterWhen his deceased wife’s sister is bludgeoned to death and h Restored to Death introduces Jackson Crain a Death WWL MOBI õ widowed county judge who lives with his delightfully idiosyncratic thirteen year old daughterWhen his deceased wife’s sister Restored to PDF \ is bludgeoned to death and her husband Ron Hughes is accused of the crime the judge decides to assist the investigation Things do not look to Death WWL PDF/EPUB ç good for Ron who is rud to be having an affair with the red haired waitress at the town’s only cafeSoon a young vagrant girl is discovered she has been bludgeoned to death too As Judge Crain explores further he is surprised to find a possible connection between the murdered girl and a new woman in town whom he finds attractiveFull of uirky characters like the gossip laden ladies down at the Knitter’s Nook Restored to Death is the start of another top notch series from Nancy Bell.

  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Restored to Death WWL Mystery
  • Nancy Bell
  • English
  • 14 May 2016
  • 9780312276560

10 thoughts on “Restored to Death WWL Mystery

  1. ChrisGA ChrisGA says:

    Thoroughly enjoyed this cozyI didn't like the Biggie book I read because I found her annoying However the main characters in this new series drew me in right away Recommend highly

  2. Grace Campbell Grace Campbell says:

    Story and characters were interesting but I didn't appreciate the swearing etc

  3. Marfita Marfita says:

    Not a grueling read Polished it off in an afternoonJackson's daughter Patty likens the two of them to the main characters in To Kill a Mockingbird and then the author goes nowhere with that I expected some Nancy Drew ing from Patty but she's a typical teen who finds her father's sexual renaissance embarrassing There's definitely something sinister going on in town even before women start getting bludgeoned to death Fortunately this is a cozy so the women are deserving either bitchy or slutty The denizens of this small Texas town are impossible gossips so news travels fast and everyone has an opinion There is a newcomer in town whose job is to gently renovate small towns like this and she becomes the object of speculation when Jackson takes an interest in her But is she all she seems? I'm listening to an audiobook version from Bell's other series about Biggie and have to say that this Judge Crain series is less annoying It could just be the reader I might continue with Judge Crain Maybe

  4. Sharon Mensing Sharon Mensing says:

    Enjoyed this first in the Jackson Crain series It introduces the judge and his daughter in a small town It's a cozy but Crain has a better backstory for being involved in murder investigations than many cozy characters do In this one the interconnectedness of his new girlfriend's family with that of the victims provides some interest Overall I liked the book and I'll look for in the series

  5. April Suter April Suter says:

    Just like the characters in To Kill a Mockingbird the Judge and his daughter live simply in the town of Post Oak Texas His wife has passed away and now meets Mandy the new girl in town helping to get the downtown revitalized The town has several murders including Judge's sister in law The crimes must be solved and it looks like the Judge will have to look for cluesToo many characters Maybe if I read others in the series I wouldn't feel that wayReally no answers to why

  6. Dany Dany says:

    This was the first in a cozy mystery series featuring Jackson Crain judge in a small town in Texas It was pretty good it avoided the usual first in series plot pitfalls pretty successfully and the characters and dialogue were realistic I wasn't in love with the solution but it made sense I'll definitely be looking to read in the series

  7. Kendall Kendall says:

    Not a great book but the slow pace of a small town in East Texas a welcome contrast from the hectic pace of most mystery novels I had the audiobook version and as an East Texan myself can testify the accents were perfect

  8. Linda Linda says:

    Not thrilled with this There was lots of referred to deviant sex adult raping child child prostitute etc that didn't really link to the plot I found it unnecessary and distasteful

  9. Pam Pam says:

    Nancy Bell's mysteries are light and often cozy I'm adding this a year or two later and I can't remember one thing about the plotit's obviously forgettable I read the audio version

  10. Jeanette Jeanette says:

    Started off boring and it got better as I read

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