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    Excellent

    I was hooked on the story from the first chapter. Joe is relentless in her investigating. At every turn something or someone wants to stop her. While she has her bosses support, it isn't long before the town council become involved. The twists and turns keep you on guard.
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    The Girl in the Woods

    I usually do not write reviews but this book was a very good read. I will be buying more of Chris Culver's books.
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    C0ncise mystery, good protagonist, not graphic

    This is a very good detective story! I am a very critical reader and this is my favorite genre, and it is getting harder to find murder mysteries that are not chicklit (nothing against it, but in this genre it could detract--ideally, the gender of the author should not come up in the reading), or graphically violent (which feels like a hard sell), or involving narration alternating between a victim and a serial killer (gets old very fast--I have no desire to get into the mind of a sickos). The story is compact, the violence is not drawn out, and the protagonist is likeable. I will be looking for the next book in the series.
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