Bloody Kin

Bloody Kin

Book - 1995
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When Jake Honeycutt died in a hunting accident, his wife, Kate, hoped that moving to his family farm in Colleton County, North Carolina would help heal her grief and provide a home for their unborn child. In this close-knit Southern community, Kate will discover that she is still very much a Yankee outsider--and that Jake's death was no accident.
Publisher: New York, NY : Mysterious Press, [1995], c1985.
ISBN: 9780446404167
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY Maron Margaret
Characteristics: 215 p. ;,18 cm.


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Jun 21, 2016

This book fills in the history of some of the people in the background of the Judge Deborah Knott series. I had read it before I had started that series, but had forgotten much of the plot and characters. Now that I have read all the Judge Knott books, reviewing Dwight Bryant's family history made the series richer. The solution to the killings in this book was shocking, and we learn how Mary Pat fits in. I'm happy this book was re-issued. I thoroughly enjoyed it.


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