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Jeremiah Spur Mysteries

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Where Armadillos Go to Die
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Where Armadillos Go to Die

Jeremiah Spur Mysteries (Volume 3)
James Hime
St. Martin's Press

Sylvester Bradshaw owns the Bouree restaurant, home of the best catfish within a hundred miles of Brenham, Texas. Besides being known for his cooking and for being one of the town's nastiest residents,...

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Scared Money
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Scared Money

Jeremiah Spur Mysteries (Volume 2)
James Hime
St. Martin's Press

When the CIA comes knocking at ex-Texas Ranger Jeremiah Spur's door, asking for a favor, he's not that interested in helping. At least, not until the agent mentions that the man-Benjamin Farkas-who...

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Bloody Harvests
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Bloody Harvests

Jeremiah Spur Mysteries (Volume 1)
Richard Kunzmann
St. Martin's Press

Even your soul isn't safe in death…

On the outskirts of shimmering Johannesburg, Detective Harry Mason and his crew are summoned to a grisly crime scene. By all accounts, discovering the...

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The Night of the Dance
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The Night of the Dance

Jeremiah Spur Mysteries (Volume 1)
James Hime
St. Martin's Press

Sissy Fletcher, the preacher's daughter, disappeared on the night of the Rodeo Dance ten years ago and has been missing ever since. Until now, that is—a team drilling an oil well has made a grisly...

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About the author

James Hime

James Hime’s electrifying debut, The Night of the Dance, was a finalist for the Edgar Award for best first novel. He is also the author of Scared Money and Where Armadillos Go to Die. Born in Arkansas, he lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife and their golden retriever.

Paulette Hime

Richard Kunzmann

Richard Kunzmann was born in Namibia in 1976, and resides in South Africa. He received his master’s in psychology with honors in 2002, and holds a major in criminology---a background that benefits him as a writer of dark crime thrillers, set in the violent landscape of South Africa. The myths and legends of Africa have held him in deep fascination, and his first novel, Bloody Harvests, reflects this.