Sticks and Stones

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Harvest House Publishers, 2007 - Fiction - 248 pages
9 Reviews

Critically acclaimed author Susan Meissner’s Rachael Flynn mystery series started with the popular Widows and Orphans. In the second serving of intrigue, Sticks and Stones, lawyer Rachael Flynn receives an unsigned, heart-stopping letter:

They’re going to find a body at the Prairie Bluff construction site. He deserved what he got, but it wasn’t supposed to happen. It was an accident.

When the body is uncovered, Rachael and Detective Will Pendleton discover that the fifteen–year old victim, Randall Buckett, had been buried twenty–five years before. Is the letter writer and the killer the same person? Why would someone speak up now? And why are they telling Rachael?

Susan Meissner’s ability to weave a fascinating tale will leave readers wanting more.

  

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Review: Sticks & Stones (Rachael Flynn #2)

User Review  - Shirley Worley - Goodreads

Over time, Lawyer Rachael Flynn has received three letter about the accidental murder of a local bully. When the body is discovered, twenty five years after the murder, a search is made to find the ... Read full review

Review: Sticks & Stones (Rachael Flynn #2)

User Review  - Valerie Teeling - Goodreads

This tackles the tough subject of bullying with a mystery, God-insights and Rachel's unique life. Read full review

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Contents

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About the author (2007)

In 1995, Susan Meissner was working as a part-time reporter for a county newspaper. In 1998, she was named editor of the Mountain Lake/Butterfield Observer Advocate, the town's weekly paper. The paper was named the Best Weekly Newspaper in Minnesota by the Minnesota Newspaper Association in 2002. She retired later that year to write her first book, Why the Sky is Blue, which was published in 2004. Her other books include The Girl in the Glass, The Shape of Mercy, In All Deep Places, and A Fall of Marigolds.

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