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Hornswoggled: An Alafair Tucker Mystery: 2 Audio CD – CD, 1 March 2013
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Donis Casey is a third-generation Oklahoman. She and her siblings grew up among their extended family on farms and in small towns. She earned degrees from the University of Tulsa and Oklahoma University and has worked as a teacher and academic librarian. She now lives with her husband in Arizona.
Pam Ward found her true calling reading books for the blind and physically handicapped for the Library of Congress' Talking Books program. The fact that she can work with Blackstone Audio from the beauty of the mountains of Southern Oregon is an unexpected bonus. Her audiobook narration has won two AudioFile Earphones Awards.
- Publisher : Blackstone Audiobooks; Unabridged edition (1 March 2013)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1441708693
- ISBN-13 : 978-1441708694
- Dimensions : 13.21 x 1.78 x 14.48 cm
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Gee Dub usually loved fishing, but between the bugs, the hot July weather, and having to keep an eye out for his eleven-year-old brother, Charlie, it wasn't as pleasant as he'd like it to be. To make matters worse, Charlie the boy and his ever present companion, Charlie-dog insisted on swimming in the creek. With all the noise and splashing, Gee Dub knew the fish he hoped to eat for dinner were miles down the creek by then.
Charlie was oblivious to his brother's irritation and was enjoying using a low hung limb as a rope to jump from. Gee Dub pulled on his line, ready to give up when he heard a loud snap followed by a splash. He looked in Charlie's direction, but Charlie was no where to be seen. The big yellow dog was barking and jumping about on the bank, but all Gee Dub could see in the water was the cottonwood branch floating away from him.
Gee Dub ran to the spot and jumped into the creek. Try as he might he couldn't locate Charlie. He called frantically and heard Charlie call back to him from under the cottonwood roots tangled along the bank. Gee Dub was so relieved he forgot to be angry, but his relief was short lived when Charlie gasped, "Gee Dub, there's somebody dead down there."
At first Gee Dub didn't believe Charlie, but once the boy climbed out of the water he became adamant that there was a woman tangled among the cottonwood roots. Gee Dub agreed to take a look. He dove into the creek, under the cottonwood roots. The water was so murky he couldn't see anything so he moved his outstretched arms back and forth, entangling his fingers in what felt like hair. When he brought it close enough to his face to see that it was hair, he hoped it might be the tail of a mule that had fallen into the creek and drowned. He stretched his arm out along the hair and felt the head and then a face.
Gee Dub broke the surface and shouted for Charlie to go for help. When Shaw Tucker and the sheriff pulled the woman from the creek they discovershe is the barber's wife, Louise Kelley. And the knife sticking out of her chest is proof she didn't drown.
Alafair is not happy at all when later, her daughter Alice becomes enamored of the newly widowed Walter Kelley. He was cleared of his wife's murder, but something doesn't sit right with Alafair. When her children are involved, Alafair Tucker leaves no stone unturned.
Another delightful murder mystery by Donis Casey Hornswoggled