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Bootlegger's Daughter

Bootlegger's Daughter
Title: Bootlegger's Daughter
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Genre: detective
Annotation:This first novel in Maron's Imperfect series, which won the Edgar Award for best mystery novel in 1993, introduces heroine Deborah Knott, an attorney and the daughter of an infamous North Carolina bootlegger. Known for her knowledge of the region's past and popular with the locals, Deb is asked by 18-year-old Gayle Whitehead to investigate the unsolved murder of her mother Janie, who died when Gayle was an infant. While visiting the owner of the property where Janie's body was found, Deb learns of Janie's more-than-promiscuous past. Piecing together lost clues and buried secrets Deb is introduced to Janie's darker side, but it's not until another murder occurs that she uncovers the truth.
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  1. Margaret Maron Bootlegger ’s Daughter
  2. Acknowledgments
  3. Disclaimer
  4. Bootlegger ’s Daughter MAY 1972 PROLOGUE
  5. APRIL 1990 1 rainy days and mondays always get me down
  6. 2 i just came home to count the memories
  7. 3 do you know what it ’s like to be lonesome?
  8. 4 all my rowdy friends have settled down
  9. 5 searching for some kind of clue
  10. 6 there ’s something for everyone in america
  11. 7 changes in latitudes, changes in attitudes
  12. 8 the race is on
  13. 9 now that we ’re alone
  14. 10 i go crazy
  15. 11 its been one of those days
  16. 12 all my friends are gonna be strangers
  17. 13 daytime friends and nighttime lovers
  18. 14 i ’m that kind of girl
  19. 15 somebody lied
  20. 16 back where i come from
  21. 17 didn ’t expect it to go down this way
  22. 18 make the world go away
  23. 19 too gone, for too long
  24. 20 come on in, stay a little longer
  25. 21 i never said it would be easy
  26. 22 lying eyes
  27. 23 this ain ’t my first rodeo
  28. 24 you really had me going
  29. 25 it ’s out of my hands
  30. 26 hell stays open all night long
  31. 27 i could be persuaded
  32. 28 i will arise and go back to my father ’s house
  33. 29 that just about does it, don ’t it?
  34. 30 daddy ’s hands
  35. Margaret Maron


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