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    Satisfying conclusion to the Deadbeat Dad Killer

    I received an advanced reading copy of this book The Mapleton Police Chief has been suspended, and Ed Solomon has been appointed a reluctant interim Chief in this sleepy Colorado town. Because there isn’t a lot of police action in Mapleton, Ed has a history of looking for trouble where there isn’t any, and his latest pet project is looking for a deadbeat dad killer connected to a travel blog. As the interim Chief, now he’s bogged down with paperwork and administrative duties, leaving him little time to chase “zebras” when he hears hoof beats. For those familiar with the “Deadly” Mapleton series, this is a peek into Solomon’s life, his family, his thought processes, and of course, understanding his need to connect all the dots in the case he’s been chasing. The “deadbeat dad” case brought danger to his doorstep at the end of Deadly Production, and the stakes are raised in this novella. Against the wishes of his wife, Ed sets himself up as the next target in the deadbeat dad killing organization. A satisfying conclusion to the deadbeat dad storyline that has run through the last several Mapleton books.

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