Page One Hit and Run Sassy gutsy reporter Robin Hamilton investigates a murder in a small town where things are not always as they seem No one can be trusted As Robin covers the scoop of a hit and run for the local new

  • Title: Page One: Hit and Run
  • Author: Nancy Barr
  • ISBN: 9781933926155
  • Page: 219
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sassy, gutsy, reporter, Robin Hamilton investigates a murder in a small town where things are not always as they seem No one can be trusted As Robin covers the scoop of a hit and run for the local newspaper, a killer watches her every move Tension builds as Robin discovers the killer s motives and becomes a target herself Nancy Barr hits the ground running in this stroSassy, gutsy, reporter, Robin Hamilton investigates a murder in a small town where things are not always as they seem No one can be trusted As Robin covers the scoop of a hit and run for the local newspaper, a killer watches her every move Tension builds as Robin discovers the killer s motives and becomes a target herself Nancy Barr hits the ground running in this strong debut with enough twists and surprises to satisfy any reader Her heroine, Robin Hamilton a small town reporter with a big heart makes this a series to watch out for Steve Hamilton, Edgar Award Winning author of A Stolen Season.

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    One thought on “Page One: Hit and Run”

    1. This mystery was set in Escanaba (in Michigan's UP), but aside from the lumber mill and a few scenes on the lakeshore, there wasn't much local color. The main character is a reporter, and the details on how she did her job were kind of interesting, but the whole book moved too slowly for me.If I had to characterize this book, I'd say it was uneven. I might check out another by Barr (not to be confused with bestselling mystery writer Nevada Barr), she did do a fair job of making me interested in [...]

    2. I bought these and several others by the author in the series primarily because she is a Michigan author and the location is the Upper Peninsula. Like another reviewer mentioned, this book does not feature the location much which I found disappointing. I love the Woods Cop mysteries and Nevada Barr's Anna Pigeon's books because the locations are like a character. This is the first book and I haven't read the others yet. This seems like a solid first effort for this genre. Not super great or rive [...]

    3. I love a good mystery set in places I've been. This one starts with a body (of course) in the park in Escanaba, MI. Good yarn.Nancy Barr

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