It's been a while since Sheriff Dan Rhodes's football days, but things haven't really changed, at least not with state playoffs coming up and excitement for the local high school team heating up to a fever pitch. But then coach Brady Meredith is found shot to death in his car, and his murder leads to troublesome rumors concerning illegal betting, black market steroids and the sheriff's old nemesis, a biker named Rapper, who has reappeared in Blacklin County. Too many coincidences for Rhodes's comfort. Especially when another corpse makes it a second down for a killer determined to lead Sheriff Rhodes into a game of sudden death.
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Winning Can Be Murder - A Dan Rhodes Mystery based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
How refreshing it is to read a really well developed mystery that does not rely on flash and modern day electronics. This sheriff blends the small town attitude with under spoken common sense and intelligence. I really enjoy this series with each one standing alone as a complete mystery.