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Former Atlanta Police Detective Dixie McClatchey moves to Macon in search of a quiet life as a bookseller and is reluctantly drawn into the investigation of a murder among the Friends of the Library Association.
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What does a rising young homicide detective do when she inadvertently causes the death of a loved one? In this unsentimental Southern novel, Jaclyn White tells the story of Dixie McClatchey, who leves her position with the Atlanta Police Department in an attempt to put her past behind her and build a new life in a quiet Southern town. She makes some friends, opens a bookstore, and works as a volunteer with Friends of the Library. WHen one of the volunteers is killed behind her shop and evidence points to members of the library group, Dixie is reluctantly drawn into the investigation. Complicating the situation is the mutual attraction between Dixie and police lieutenant Steve Ballard, whose team is searching for the murderer. As the story unravels, Dixie must face the consequences of her decisions, while learning that she is not the only one with a past.About the Author:
Former Georgia Author of the Year, Jaclyn Weldon White has lived all her life in the South. The author of five previous books, Mockingbird in the Moonlight , is her first mystery novel and draws from her past experience as a homicide detective in Atlanta, GA. She lives in Macon, GA with her husband Carl and assorted cats and dogs.
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Book Description Indigo Custom Publishing, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0977671178
Book Description Henchard Pr Llc, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0977671178