On the night of September 4, 1935, during a season of unsolved robberies, the town marshal of Pend Oreille County in the state of Washington was shot to death. Here is the story of how one man's hunt through a half century of police cover-ups unlocked the secret behind the nation's oldest continuing murder investigation.
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Review: Breaking BlueUser Review - Jodie - Goodreads
I SO wanted to enjoy this due to its content and location. However, I could hardly keep my eyes open each time I tried to read. The writing is boring, slow and sometimes repetitive. At other times, it's confusing. I am intrigued by the story, but the author did not keep me engaged. Read full review
Review: Breaking BlueUser Review - Bob Anderson - Goodreads
This is another well written book from Timothy Egan about a murder in Washington State that went unsolved for a very long time. In the end I had to wonder if who suffered most from solving it the criminal or the tenacious sheriff who pursued him. Read full review