Book Review: Murder at the Courthouse, by A.H. Gabhart

Gabhart’s deceptively lighthearted mystery unravels into a baffling case that has lovable former policeman turned deputy sheriff Michael reeling from clue to clue. The town with a population just over 700 holds the clues, but how will the plethora of theories be whittled down to reveal the truth?

100_9557When the sheriff begins to investigate one theory, tension abounds, as the author heightens the tension and the stakes. What is Hidden Springs hiding? One wicked killer, for sure.

The handsome sheriff his hidden depths as well. Scars from the past, and a re-found love interest from childhood days. The book sets us up for a series, and I for one, will gladly journey back to this delightful setting and compelling hero.

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