Storm Track

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Thorndike Press, 2000 - Fiction - 349 pages
24 Reviews
Hurricanes rarely make it inland as far as Colleton County, North Carolina. Domestic storms, on the other hand, hit with regularity. But when the scantily clad body of a lawyer's promiscuous wife is found in a motel, the killing resounds like a thunderclap. With her handsome cousin a suspect in the murder, Judge Deborah Knott gets personally involved in the case. She soon uncovers a web of secret and illicit affairs that stretches from the African-American church community to Deborah's own family. Then murderer strikes again, even as a real-life killer storm rages up the Carolina coast.

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Review: Storm Track (Deborah Knott #7)

User Review  - Janice - Goodreads

Deborah Knott and family are back. Hurricane Fran set to hit. Murder of local attorney's wife makes all her lovers a possibility (plus the cuckold hint, hint). Deborah, despite really being a ... Read full review

Review: Storm Track (Deborah Knott #7)

User Review  - Katherine Clark - Goodreads

My favorite, for reasons I don't quite understand, of the Maron series. Read for the Monograph. Won Best Agatha Novel 2000. (I think I liked it the best because it honed more closely to a mystery ... Read full review


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About the author (2000)

Writer Margaret Maron grew up in rural North Carolina and later lived in Brooklyn, New York. She has mined her background to create the settings for two successful crime series. A series set in New York features Detective Sigrid Harald and a series set in North Carolina stars Deborah Knott. Bootlegger's Daughter, the first book in the second series, won the Edgar, Agatha, Anthony and Macavity awards for best mystery in 1992.

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