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Final Undertaking

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When Barry Clayton's father developed Alzheimer's disease, Barry gave up his career in law enforcement to run the family's funeral home in the North Carolina mountain town of Gainesboro, where he is known as Buryin' Barry. But even a small town in the Appalachians is not immune to crime. At a summer street dance, Barry's friend Sheriff Tommy Lee Wadkins is shot at by an old man distraught over the death of his wife. The hospitalized Tommy Lee appoints Barry as the deputy in charge of the investigation, to the dismay of Deputy Reece Hutchins.

Who was the old man stalking? Why was a young woman, who was also wounded at the scene, traveling with the intended victim? What at first appears to be a case of a mentally unstable summer tourist develops into a case in which someone is preying on senior citizens. Barry discovers a tangled web of deceit stretching from western North Carolina to the Florida coast.

Barry realizes that Deputy Hutchins is undercutting his investigation. And as potential witnesses and informants begin to die under mysterious circumstances, Barry confronts a conspiracy that runs so deep that he no longer knows whom to trust. One false step, one betrayal, would make this case Buryin' Barry's final undertaking.


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Publisher: Blackstone Publishing Edition: Unabridged

OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781481572941
  • File size: 251181 KB
  • Release date: May 16, 2012
  • Duration: 08:43:17

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781481572941
  • File size: 251219 KB
  • Release date: May 18, 2012
  • Duration: 08:43:14
  • Number of parts: 8

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subjects

Fiction Mystery

Languages

English

When Barry Clayton's father developed Alzheimer's disease, Barry gave up his career in law enforcement to run the family's funeral home in the North Carolina mountain town of Gainesboro, where he is known as Buryin' Barry. But even a small town in the Appalachians is not immune to crime. At a summer street dance, Barry's friend Sheriff Tommy Lee Wadkins is shot at by an old man distraught over the death of his wife. The hospitalized Tommy Lee appoints Barry as the deputy in charge of the investigation, to the dismay of Deputy Reece Hutchins.

Who was the old man stalking? Why was a young woman, who was also wounded at the scene, traveling with the intended victim? What at first appears to be a case of a mentally unstable summer tourist develops into a case in which someone is preying on senior citizens. Barry discovers a tangled web of deceit stretching from western North Carolina to the Florida coast.

Barry realizes that Deputy Hutchins is undercutting his investigation. And as potential witnesses and informants begin to die under mysterious circumstances, Barry confronts a conspiracy that runs so deep that he no longer knows whom to trust. One false step, one betrayal, would make this case Buryin' Barry's final undertaking.


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