Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Review: Bootlegger's Daughter by Margaret Maron

Loved this book.  Deborah Knott is running for District judge in a NC county.  Daughter of the local bootlegger, she is well known in the community.  When a girl she used to babsysit for asks her to look into her mother's death when she was a baby, she gets involved in very old secrets.  The community flavor and characters are very believable and intersting.  And I really like Deborah and wanted to cheer her on in the political race.  This is a very good read and I cant beleive it took me so long to get to it.  Well worth it.

Terri

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