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Deborah Knott Mystery: Up Jumps the Devil No. 4 by Margaret Maron (1996, Hardcover)
Originally published in hardcover left by Mysterious Press, Agatha Winner, Best Novel of Book Description. After Margaret Maron's first Deborah Knott novel, Bootlegger's Daughter, ran away with the top mystery awards in , this highly acclaimed series has continued to whet our appetite for superb fiction in which the setting is, as the Houston Chronicle noted, "so rich in detail and description of the New South that you can almost hear the North Carolina twang and taste the barbecue.
Murder usually begins at home, and Colleton County, North Carolina, proves no exception. When truck driver and childhood neighbor Dallas Stancil is shot and killed in his own backyard, Judge Deborah Knott figures she owes his memory at least the respectful ritual of taking his widow one of her Aunt Zell's best chicken casseroles. Mistake Number One.
Dallas wasn't rich, but with development eating up the farms and forests of North Carolina his land is suddenly worth a fortune. His trashy, chain-smoking third wife and grown stepchildren are all too aware of its value.
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Opportunists--including one of Deborah's own brothers--are coming out of the woodwork. And she knows big money makes people do bad things. Hardworking, redneck, and salt-of-the-earth, the Stancil men have lived side-by-side with Deborah's family.