Digging Up Buck

Digging Up Buck

by Robert Rhode

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Digging Up Buck by Robert Rhode

On a rainy August morning, Annie Summers, a 24-year-old Texas Tech University graduate student, discovers a human skeleton in a trench her crew is excavating at the Yellow House Canyon archaeological site near Lubbock, Texas. By the time she reports the discovery to homicide detective Matt Danner, it’s obvious she’s uncovered a murder victim.  

Annie tells Matt, “I think our man was a tough, beer-drinking, twenty-seven-year-old, left-handed bull rider, who drove a Ford pickup, was married but played around, and somebody didn’t like him, probably his wife.”

Matt looks at her sternly. “And you say you haven’t dug him up yet?”

Annie shrugs. “I just dusted him off a little. I didn’t want to bother you if he was ours -- Paleoindian or Apache or whatever.” 

Matt enlists her help in the investigation which becomes more complicated as their  relationship develops into a romantic one.

Digging Up Buck is a thought-provoking, wickedly humorous novel which explores the power of love to distill truth, justice, and redemption from the darker side of human experience. 

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153555515
Publisher: Robert Rhode
Publication date: 09/21/2016
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 956,285
File size: 440 KB

About the Author

Robert Rhode grew up in West Texas and has lived in Lubbock, Texas for three decades where he and his wife, Stephanie, raised two sons and a daughter. He is also the author of the novel Sandstone, originally published by Walker and Company.

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