Convenient Disposal

Convenient Disposal An odd thing to do indeed To most people hatpins are vestiges of the past used now only by elderly ladies who don t leave home without a hat But recently the notion store in Posadas County has been

  • Title: Convenient Disposal
  • Author: Steven F. Havill
  • ISBN: 9780373265459
  • Page: 190
  • Format: Paperback
  • An odd thing to do, indeed To most people, hatpins are vestiges of the past, used now only by elderly ladies who don t leave home without a hat But recently the notion store in Posadas County has been doing a good business in hatpins to teenaged girls at the county middle school, who sharpen the points and carry the pin hidden in the inseam of their jeans.There had beenAn odd thing to do, indeed To most people, hatpins are vestiges of the past, used now only by elderly ladies who don t leave home without a hat But recently the notion store in Posadas County has been doing a good business in hatpins to teenaged girls at the county middle school, who sharpen the points and carry the pin hidden in the inseam of their jeans.There had been a fight over a boy after a volleyball game, and the other girl, Carmen Acosta, had been suspended because of it But her friends were still around, and Deena wanted something to defend herself with.

    One thought on “Convenient Disposal”

    1. Another fine addition to a terrific series. Set in southern New Mexico, Havill features small town life with its strengths and problems in this police procedural, with a fine cast of continuing characters, growing and developing in each episode

    2. This is the first novel by Steven Havill I've read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are unique and the plot is exciting.

    3. Still enjoying The Posadas County Mysteries. I am reading the series in order, as I like to follow the different characters.

    4. I seem to enjoy this author's series about Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Gutzman better than the series about her previous boss, Sheriff Wm Gastner. It's like two different authors.

    5. #12 in the Posadas County series. An average entry in this superior series about law eforcement in a small community on the New Mexico - Mexican border.Posadas County mystery - Carmen Mauro is bludgeoned into a coma, and neighbor, Kevin Ziegler, disappears. Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman knows the incidents are related. Ziegler was gay and was well respected in the community. The Mauro girl was in the midst of a feud with another student. Who saw whom do what to connect the two strands?

    6. This is Book 12 in the Bill Gastner Posadas County mysteries. I really like the creativity of this author in this series. I've been listening to all of them so far from Books in Motion audiobooks. The narrator has not improved her technics (see my review of "A Discount for Death") but I continue to subject myself to the audiobook versions because I enjoy the stories so much.

    7. This book kept my interest from beginning to end. I thought it was very well written and nice quick read. I have been finding some amazing authors lately and I must say, this is one that I will be looking to read more from.

    8. Steven F. Havill continues the Posadas County series with this title, featuring Undersheriff Estelle Reyes-Guzman. As always, he weaves the everyday lives of his characters, with everyday crimes. The end result is a compelling read. Highly recommended.Published in hardcover by St. Martin’s Press.

    9. Found out I didn't return it to the library too early and got to finish it. Small-town sheriff's department in New Mexico. Good mystery. Good main characters. Good thing I found another author to read.

    10. I enjoyed the interesting plot twist. the set up was a little long, but the details in the writing made it easy.

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