Crime with a regional flavor

landReaders with a taste for regional crime can visit Amish country in Linda Castillo’s After the Storm” or North Carolina’s Piedmont in Margaret Maron’s  “Long Upon the Land.”   “After the Storm” opens with a tornado tearing through Ohio’s Amish country.  In the aftermath of the destruction, a set of bones is discovered in an old barn, bones that have been there for thirty years.   In “Long upon the Land” by Margaret Maron, district judge Deborah Knott clan becomes involved in a murder investigation when a neighbor, with whom the Knotts have had an ongoing feud, is found bludgeoned to death on the family farm.

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