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  • Great murder mystery

    Homer is walking his pet raccoon and finds a hand with a diamond ring on. Detective Winston Radhauser is the investigator on the case. And then another hand is found. A page turning novel is this series. Det Radhauser has his hands full with the murders and protests against Muslims. A story of hate and abuse.

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  • Murder Mystery

    Red Hatchet Falls by Susan Clayton-Goldner A Winston Radhauser Mystery #7 Winston Radhauser, often called Wind, is a husband, father and homicide detective. He often has to leave his family duties behind to go to crime scenes but his relationship with wife and children is strong and loving. When he is called away from his daughter’s little league game he is not thrilled and even when he sees the severed hand that has brought him in to work he is wishing he could have stayed to see the end of the game. Putting those feelings aside he immediately is on the job searching for the body that belongs to the hand. This is definitely a police procedural who done it sort of story but it also deals with issues of bullying, racial profiling, bigotry, religious intolerance, post 9-11 fear, hate, child abuse, revenge and more. This was not always an easy book to read but it made me think and care and wish the world was a better place than it is for so many in the world. I cringed at the politically incorrect terms some characters verbalized and yet realize that it is probably just as common today as it was in 2002 when this story took place. What I liked: * The reality of the story * The way Wind went in to address bullying in the school once he heard about it * The relationship between Radhauser and his family * The unflinching look at and handling of big issues * The children * The red herrings were plausible * The writing – felt I was there * Pretty much all of it What I didn’t like: * Only that it made me wish people did not have to suffer what they sometimes do. Thank you to the author for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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