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P. J. NunnClean Kill establishes an accurate, if slightly exaggerated, atmosphere of small town life in south Texas. Alexander's characters are unusually well-rounded, although they do seem to be a quirky bunch. Of course, everyone knows small towns are filled with eccentric behavior. The strength of this book lies in the structure of political corruption and Quintana's fight to tame it.
Alexander plans a series of Sheriff Quintana mysteries and has laid a firm foundation. The book starts at a good pace and continues throughout to offer a surprising but reasonable conclusion. It will definitely provoke enough interest to justify another Sheriff Quintana episode.
— The Charlotte Austin Review