Who Let That Killer in the House?

Who Let That Killer in the House Years ago a dark cloud moved over the small town of Hope Georgia after the murder of a little girl One man was sent to prison for life and two young boys were changed forever Eventually the skies

  • Title: Who Let That Killer in the House?
  • Author: Patricia Sprinkle
  • ISBN: 9780451210197
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • Years ago, a dark cloud moved over the small town of Hope, Georgia, after the murder of a little girl One man was sent to prison for life and two young boys were changed forever Eventually, the skies cleared and although the tragedy left its mark, the folks in Hope settled back into their routines But that dark cloud seems to have returned with the apparent suicYears ago, a dark cloud moved over the small town of Hope, Georgia, after the murder of a little girl One man was sent to prison for life and two young boys were changed forever Eventually, the skies cleared and although the tragedy left its mark, the folks in Hope settled back into their routines But that dark cloud seems to have returned with the apparent suicide of one of the town s most beloved citizens Dwayne Evans, a favorite high school chemistry teacher and dedicated softball coach.

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    1. Although I love this author's other series, this is the first one that I've read in this series. I must admit that I almost quit reading it at the beginning. There's a dozen characters to sort out and it's very confusing. Who is whose daughter? Who owns which shop? Luckily there is a cast of characters in the front, but I was getting tired of referring to it. Luckily I persevered because I did enjoy the book immensely. This is a long series with many titles.This is a southern cozy mystery that s [...]

    2. A fairly good mystery set in Hopemore, Georgia. The Coach of the Hopemore Honeybees fast-pitch girls softball team is loved by his young players – and to make it better, they just won the championship! Everyone enjoyed a short day of bliss – then the bottom fell out. Racist and sexual graffiti on the high school where the coach teaches chemistry shock the town. The graffiti then shows up on his home. A sullen group of high school boys, lead by a young man who is considered a bad influence on [...]

    3. Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars I really [...]

    4. I might've given a 4 star rating, because I thought it carried a good message, but I struggled with keeping track of all the character names seemed like there was a 'flurry' of relatives & names. I finally got fairly comfortable with all of them about 3/4 way thru the book! Otherwise, it's a fine book, & a good series.

    5. Three-and-a-half stars. Sprinkle tackles racial prejudice and child abuse in this installment of her Thoroughly Southern series. With these heavy topics, this was a harder book for me to get through. Although I figured out who the "bad guy" really was fairly early on, I still enjoyed the book.

    6. This was the worst I've read by this author. Stereotyping at its worst in depicting young hoodlums. The plot winds around images of good and bad kids and does so with little sympathy and a lot of stock imagery.

    7. This is the 5th book in the series and so thrilling a chemistry teacher dies and MacLaren is going to find out who did it.

    8. BORING! Goes along format of murder, then it gets solved. Better one of her books. All action remains until the end.

    9. This book was an emotional one for me. I had a lot of sympathy for the victim and there were some heavy subjects dealt with. Good book.

    10. another fun cozy in the deep South, light and frothy like a satisfying steamed milk that you didn't even know you needed

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