Blue Lonesome

Blue Lonesome

Book - 1995
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Jim Messenger is a CPA who hates his job, loves jazz, and can't forget a woman he has seen eating at the Harmony Café . She goes by the name of Janet Mitchell, and when he introduces himself, her only comment is, "It won't do you any good." When she commits suicide, Messenger is driven to find out why. Her name is only the first of the lies he uncovers. In "historic Beulah," Nevada, secrets coil like rattlesnakes ready to strike, and suffering lies like a suffocating blanket over lives put on hold. Starting with one slender clue, Messenger embarks on a search for the truth that becomes a rite of passage. By the end, lives have been changed, a horrible murder brought to light, and a quiet, little town irrevocably torn apart.
Publisher: New York, NY : Walker and Co., 1995.
ISBN: 9780802732682
0802732682
Characteristics: 207 p. ; 24 cm.

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srkmeyer
Sep 25, 2017

Liked this more than the Nameless Detective books I've read.

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