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Friday, September 16, 2011

Bubba and the Dead Woman by C. L. Bevill

A mystery set in Texas but has the feel of the bayou.    Bubba, a good ole boy is accused of murder and appears to be guilty. 

This was a surprisingly good story.  Bubba is a likeable chameleon who appears to be a mindless baby Huey and does exhibit behavior that seems to confirm that assessment.   The Snoddy mansion and the local hangouts provide a very colorful environment to stage this amusing mystery.  

Bevill did a good job on crafting a wealth of potential suspects for a murder.  You are left to your own devices to determine who did what.   The Sheriff and others provide eminently dislikeable polarization from lovable Bubba. 

I recommend it. 

Body of work of C. L. Bevill

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