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Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) pdf Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) , ebook Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) , epub Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) , doc Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) , e-pub Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) , Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20) 3e7e26ac2a4 Small Town Texas Sheriff Dan Rhodes Is In For Another Puzzling Mystery In This Next In The Entertaining, Award Winning SeriesBefore Classes Start One Morning, The Body Of English Instructor Earl Wellington Is Found Outside The Building Of The Community College Wellington Was Clearly Involved In A Struggle With Someone And Has Died As A Result Sheriff Dan Rhodes Pursues And Arrests Ike Terrell, A Student Who Was Fleeing The Campus Ike S Father Is Able Terrell, A Survivalist Who Has Withdrawn From Society And Lives In A Gated Compound He S Not Happy That His Son Has Chosen To Attend The College, And He S Even Less Happy With The ArrestRhodes Discovers That Wellington And Ike Had Had A Confrontation Over A Paper That Wellington Insisted Ike Plagiarized Wellington Also Had Had A Confrontation With The Dean And Was Generally Disliked By The Students As The Number Of Suspects Increases, It S Up To Rhodes To Solve The Murder While Also Dealing With An Amusing But Frustrating Staff, A Professor Who Wants To Be A Cop, And All The Other Normal Occurrences That Can Wreak Havoc In A Small TownBill Crider S Compound Murder Is An Enjoyable Police Procedural Filled With Surprises, Chuckles, And A Quirky Cast That Will Captivate Mystery Readers


10 thoughts on “Compound Murder (Sheriff Dan Rhodes #20)

  1. says:

    The compound that Bill Crider speaks of in the book Compound Murder relates to a compound where a group of survivalists live and have walled themselves off from mainstream life so that they can survive the coming zombie apocalypse or the end of society as we know it or the break down of the government They have lived in the compound the last twenty years or so waiting for the catastrophic event.I love these Sheriff Dan Rhodes books It s like returning home to a family both familiar, kind and enjoyable The novels are packed with eccentric characters, sometimes funny, idiosyncratic and always enjoyable In this installment The Sheriff must contend with the break in and theft of some wigs and hair extensions, a riot at the pizza hut, a hog in someones kitchen and of course a murder The prime suspect of the murder is the son of the man who commands the survivalist compound.The characters are all well drawn out and convincingly play their parts, and of course everyone claims to be innocent of everything as the Sheriff must comb the details of his investigation through his thinning hair.The ongoing Dr Pepper conundrum is enhanced by the attempt to introduce Mr Pibb into the Sheriffs orbit This being one of the struggles that face the intrepid hard working and animal friendly guardian of the peace in the small rural Texas community.As this is book twenty, I would recommend starting the series from the beginning to get the most out of all the hijinks and situations that Mr Crider so wonderfully gives to the reader.


  2. says:

    Another good entry in the Dan Rhodes series.An unliked English professor is found dead with a cracked head in the junior college parking lot, Sheriff Dan goes to work Besides the murder, there s a lot of theft around the county, and all the little things Rhodes usually needs to ameliorate.Most of the action seems to center on a fenced compound that serves as the home and headquarters of survivalists Dan has to find out how the compound figures into things, without any unnecessary violence.Great job.


  3. says:

    As usual, Bill Crider has proven himself to be one of the very best in mystery fiction I loved this book. a very ingenious plot and wonderful and familiar characters Crider is a master at drawing the reader into his world and not letting go Very highly recommended


  4. says:

    This is a series that never disappoints me I adore Sheriff Dan Rhodes and his patience with not only his job, but, his staff.As I chuckle through the plot, I know that I ll be looking towards the next installment.


  5. says:

    It is the middle of October and still very hot and dry in Blacklin County, Texas The weather has not been right for years and that isn t all Sheriff Dan Rhodes has already had a busy morning when the call comes in about the dead body over at the branch campus of a local community college While he isn t sure if the one building on the outskirts of Clearview could be considered a campus Sheriff Rhodes is sure the body between the dumpsters is dead and the crime scene is ruined thanks to gawkers.English Teacher Earl Wellington is dead Probable cause of death is the obvious visual sign that part of his head is bashed in Considering what looks to be blood and hair in the right place on one of the dumpsters, it appears that a sharp corner on one did it with some help by person or persons unknown Wellington was a bachelor, but he was also an English teacher As Dean King points out, It s always the English teachers Wellington wasn t liked by students or staff and seemed to relish heated confrontations That means the suspect pool is large and extends beyond his current job assignment Too bad Sherriff Rhodes doesn t have the fictional Sheriff Sarge Barton to help him Sarge might help with Rhodes boycott of Dr Pepper too now that they went and ruined it.This latest in the series is number eighteen and is another good mystery with plenty of laugh out loud moments With referenced comments to earlier books in the series Compound Murder A Dan Rhodes Mystery frequently reminds readers of good times and not so good times in earlier books As expected Texas author Bill Crider brings back favorite characters such as Hack, Lawton, reporter Jennifer Loam, Rhode s loving wife Ivy, Math teacher Seepy Benton and many others in an highly entertaining read that also frequently references classic movies and books If you are not aware of these cultural references thanks to your young age, you will discover additional hours of entertainment pleasure checking them out.Along with a complicated main mystery there are plenty of interesting secondary storylines that generate numerous laugh out loud moments The latest in the series, Compound Murder A Dan Rhodes Mystery keeps this fine series rolling along well and is very much worth your time.Compound Murder A Dan Rhodes MysteryBill Criderhttp www.billcrider.com Minotaur Books A Thomas Dunne Book August 13, 2013ISBN 978 0312641658Hardback also available in e book form 272 Pages 24.99The author provided an ARC in exchange for an objective review Kevin R Tipple 2013


  6. says:

    Simple little mystery read, nothing too in depth, but enjoyable.


  7. says:

    20 in the Sheriff Dan Rhodes series Laid back, rural Texas sheriff Dan Rhodes notches another win in his belt as he solves the shooting death of an unpopular English professor Author Crider notches another win with this addition to the popular series Recommended 20 Dan Rhodes series Before classes start one morning, the body of English instructor Earl Wellington is found outside the building of the community college campus in Clearview Wellington was clearly involved in a struggle with someone and has died as a result Sheriff Dan Rhodes pursues and arrests a student, Ike Terrell, who was fleeing the campus Ike s father is Able Terrell, a survivalist who has withdrawn from society and lives in a gated compound He s not happy that his son has chosen to attend the college, and he s even less happy with the arrest Rhodes discovers that Wellington had a confrontation with Ike over a paper that Wellington insisted was plagiarized Wellington also had a confrontation with the dean As the number of suspects increases, it s up to Rhodes to puzzle through the murder.


  8. says:

    Another great Dan Rhodes mystery this was SO cute and funny and he came through like a champ Or like Sage All the characters are great Hack, Lawton, Seepy, Ivy, and all 3 deputies This story involved a compound which supposedly was able to let its residents live self sufficiently, but couldn t really One young man had the audacity to want to attend the Community College ran into some problems and turned out to be different than had been expected Lots of funny scenes the one about the wild hog in the house was great, but there are others almost as entertaining Keep it up, Crider


  9. says:

    Small town Texas Sheriff Dan Rhodes investigates the theft of hair pieces from the local beauty salon and the death of a professor at the local community college The son of an anti government survivalist group is involved and Rhodes tries to prevent another Waco or Ruby Ridge incident This is a murder mystery without the big city glitz and without profanity or explicit sex Enjoyed it immensely.


  10. says:

    This series is my escapist fare Plots are interesting, characters even interesting some carry over , and a main character who is self effacing, but still really a hero except to the Mayor and County Commissioner The traditional town gown disagreements and divergent views are joined this time with a compound of families with a very divergent life style and anti government beliefs A good mix up Trouble brews.


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