Hatchet Job

Hatchet Job When the town cop in Mustard dies of overexposure to an ax the case is made to order for Carl Wilcox After all the late officer did leave a widow Officer Schoop an old associate of Carl s tries to

  • Title: Hatchet Job
  • Author: Harold Adams
  • ISBN: 9780802732866
  • Page: 475
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When the town cop in Mustard dies of overexposure to an ax, the case is made to order for Carl Wilcox After all, the late officer did leave a widow Officer Schoop, an old associate of Carl s, tries to discourage that line of thought, though The widow just happens to be his sister, and while it would be nice if Carl could nab the killer, Schoop isn t thrilled with the idWhen the town cop in Mustard dies of overexposure to an ax, the case is made to order for Carl Wilcox After all, the late officer did leave a widow Officer Schoop, an old associate of Carl s, tries to discourage that line of thought, though The widow just happens to be his sister, and while it would be nice if Carl could nab the killer, Schoop isn t thrilled with the idea that he might also nab Jackie Lou Dupree was murdered in his cot in an unfinished room above City Hall and it appears that he has left a bit of unfinished business behind There are lots of folks in the small town who found Dupree s behavior less than civilized, and then there are the stories about his behavior around some of the women All in all, even if Carl discounts the widow, he has enough suspects to keep him busy And than enough to offend, something Mustard s Mayor Tollefson does not appreciate, since the offended tend to be his friends and supporters And his wife.

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      BORN 1923

    985 thoughts on “Hatchet Job”

    1. Interesting main character as well as the subs. Had a real "feel" for the Depression era out in the flatlands. I never try (or am any good trying) to figure out the culprit. Really liked the denouement here!


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