“the Crossing” (Carson Reno Mystery, book 5) by Gerald W. Darnell – #Mystery, #Thriller, #Suspense, #CrimeFiction, #BookReview

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 All Carson Reno Mystery Series Books are standalone novels. It is not necessary to read them in any particular order.
The racial problems of 1962 have found their way to the small West Tennessee town of Humboldt. A white woman has been brutally murdered, and one of Carson’s childhood friends has been accused of the crime. Carson’s friend is a colored man who once worked for his grandfather, but the accusations and problems extend beyond the crime and to the heart of this small community.
Carson finds a divided town; a town divided along the lines of race and the interference of outside groups, which makes this division even wider.
Challenged with defending his friend, Carson must find a solution before the two sides collide, which would definitely have devastating results.
Join Carson, as he faces one of his toughest challenges in ‘the Crossing.’

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5-star review
By Diane Kelley

“Just finished. Love, love, love it! I giggle every time a new “character” that I recognize appears. You are so entertaining. Can’t wait for more to come. Thanks, Gerald, I love your stories.”

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the Crossing”
(Carson Reno Mystery Series,
Book 5)
by Gerald W. Darnell
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