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The year is 1962 and Carson Reno, once again, gets himself into situations that would be better left alone. A Memphis client hires Carson to prove infidelity, but instead he finds corruption and murder going all the way to the top of Memphis politics. A Jack Logan client investigation takes him back to Humboldt looking into automobile fraud, which lands him smack in the middle of a murder. Not just any murder, but the murder of a local beauty queen - one who seemed to have too many enemies for a girl her age.
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greed and double crosses
Carson is a man of many talents, and he more than proves it by putting the pieces of this puzzle together nicely. I have a feeling he's part blood hound too, because he serms more informed that the local law. lol. I admired his tenacity even im the in the face of certain danger. The shoot out scene by the lake was spectacular and suspenseful. I really enjoy the way Carson (via the author) goes step by step in the wrap up and breaks it all down making the complex trail simple to grasp. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job bringing it to life.
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- Gerald Darnell
Excellent story and production
If you could sum up The Price of Beauty in Strawberry Land in three words, what would they be?
Great Story, Interesting characters, memorable locations
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Price of Beauty in Strawberry Land?
Gun fight at the lake
Have you listened to any of Brian McCracken’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes. Excellent job, as always
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
The cost of being beautiful is often more than most are willing to pay.