Hurricane Blues, by Reed Bunzel

Hurricane Blues, Reed Bunzel, Jack Connor, Mystery, Charleston, South Carolina
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ISBN: 9781603817738
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Hurricane Blues, by Reed Bunzel

Why would anyone want to kill Ruby Rollins in the vestry of her church? A proponent of swift justice, the county sheriff has already locked up her husband for murder, but the state’s governor doesn’t buy it and hires Jack Connor to learn the truth, no matter where it lies.

More than just a war veteran with a body covered with tattoos and a past still haunted by death, Jack Connor is a young man who treads carefully over the human minefields of greed, murder, treachery, and deceit as he scratches the underbelly of Charleston’s power elite.

Race, religion, and politics are powerful threads tightly woven through the state’s cultural tapestry, and Connor quickly finds himself tangled in a web of power, hate, fear, and family blood. In a region of the country where old skeletons lurk in dark family closets, he quickly finds that uncovering the truths of the past can carry serious consequences.

Hurricane Blues is the third book in the Jack Connor Mystery series.

Reed Bunzel is a writer, analyst, editor, and “media anthropologist” with over 30 years of involvement in the radio, music, publishing, and digital media industries. A graduate of Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, Bunzel holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology, cum laude. A native of California, he currently resides with his wife in Charleston, South Carolina.

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