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Belletristik / Krimis, Thriller, Spionage
In her gripping follow-up to the widely acclaimed Dust Bowl Mystery Death of a Rainmaker, Laurie Loewenstein brings 1930s Oklahoma evocatively to life.Set in 1935, 'smack in the crosshairs of the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl,' Loewenstein's excellent sequel to 2018'sDeath of a Rainmakercontinues the saga of life in the small town of Vermillion, Okla . . . Loewenstein gives a rich sense of the period and place, and dramatically shows how hard times can bring out the best in some and the worst in others. Historical regional mysteries don't get much better than this.Publishers Weekly, starred reviewThe sequel toDeath of a Rainmaker. . . is just as atmospheric. The anguish and struggles of the Dust Bowl and Depression years are vividly depicted in this historical mystery.Library JournalAlready suffering the privations of the 1930s Dust Bowl, an Oklahoma town is further devastated when a passenger train derailsflooding its hospital with the dead and maimed. Among the seriously wounded is Etha, wife of Sheriff Temple Jennings. Overwhelmed by worry for her, the sheriff must regain his footing to investigate the derailment, which rapidly develops into a case of sabotage.The following night, a local recluse is murdered. Temple has a hunch that this death is connected to the train wreck. But as he dissects the victims life with help from the recuperating and resourceful Etha, he discovers a tangle of records that make a number of townsfolk suspects in the murder.Temples investigations take place against the backdrop of the Great Depressionwhere bootlegging, petty extortion, courage, and bravado play out in equal measure.