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Muletrain to Maggody (Arly Hanks, Bk 14)
Muletrain to Maggody - Arly Hanks, Bk 14
Author: Joan Hess
Under the benign watch of Police Chief Arly Hanks, things are pretty quiet in the sleepy Arkansas town of Maggody these days. Not even the prospect of a historical society-funded Civil War documentary on the locally touted (albeit historically insignificant) Skirmish at Cotter's Ridge of 1863 does much to stir up the denizens of this sleepy ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780743443890
ISBN-10: 0743443896
Publication Date: 12/28/2004
Pages: 336
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 38 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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algernon99 avatar reviewed Muletrain to Maggody (Arly Hanks, Bk 14) on + 418 more book reviews
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One of the latest in Joan Hess' great series of funny stories about Maggody, Arkansas, and its amusing chief of police, Arly Hanks. In this one, a documentary film is being made about a Civil War skirmish that took place at Cotter's Ridge. A rich cast of quirky characters make for a very entertaining read.
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reviewed Muletrain to Maggody (Arly Hanks, Bk 14) on + 1568 more book reviews
Another adventure in Hess' Arly Hanks mystery series. The little community of Maggody is hosting a Civil War re-enactment---more or less on the spur of the moment. This special event gets all tangled up with a treasure hunt for lost Confederate gold, family disagreements, various area residents periodically disappearing (usually in the vicinity of Raz Buchannon's oft-denied still) and mayhem by persons unknown. Chief of Police, Arly Hanks, has her work cut out for her once more.
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You can't help but love this books! So funny and a good plot that keeps me guessing until the end almost every time.